Public schools in Merrill, Wisconsin, have approved a comprehensive sexual education program, in this case called Human Growth and Development.
Christine O’Donnell will be the Republican challenger in Delaware for Joe Biden’s Senate seat in November. But shrouded in dishonesty, lying over finances and spouting extremism, will O’Donnell be able to win over the rest of the state?
A Denver school makes borth control available to its students, and parents as far away as Alabama are upset. Plus, more from the “anti-epidural” legislator
Choice, freedom, and morality in the feminist language wars: If “choice” is problematic, then perhaps a better place to start is “freedom.”
A Catholic high school in Seattle censors a student-written article on religion, sex-ed and Catholicism.
The nation’s capitol is swirling today with talk of the impending retirement of another veteran lawmaker, David Obey (D-Wisc.). His retirement could have major implications for reproductive health issues in the House.
“Harmful to minors” becomes more narrowly defined in Ohio, making some who teach about contraception and sexuality rest a little easier.
Abortion is a safe, legal medical procedure, and there is no reason for school health centers not to refer patients to providers if those patients want it.
A new report reveals that young adults are relying on magical thinking and misperceptions about contraception to the detriment of their well-being.
Toe to Toe, Emily Abt’s independent feminist feature film premiering this week in New York, is one of the most painfully, beautifully accurate looks at being a high school girl I’ve seen in years.