Reproductive choice is our right and also our responsibility, an awesome responsibility. But in an even more profound sense, choice is the human condition. It defines us as humans, and we are in turn defined by the choices we make. Choice is the basis of morality after all, and it is sacrifice as much as it is freedom.
People are too often not as concerned as they should be about a partner’s readiness for sex, often assuming males are “always ready.” This pervasive double standard hurts both men and women.
This month, October, is Let’s Talk Month, during which we at Planned
Parenthood focus on helping families to make stronger connections and
to talk honestly and openly about sexual health and relationships.
Over 80 percent of ab-only curricula provides misleading, medically inaccurate information about contraception and sex, yet the Senate finance committee voted to fund these programs. What part of “they don’t work” is hard to understand?
An AIDS campaign in Germany equates AIDS with mass-murder. But it is a health condition caused by an untreated viral infection and can be prevented through real information and education, not scare tactics.
While ultra-conservatives attempt to derail health reform with intellectually dishonest charges of taxpayer-funded abortion, state and local pro-choice advocates seek more centrist issues to attract allies to the greater cause.
Looks like the US is once again living up to it’s Puritan roots.
Tiller Murder Suspect’s Hearing; Sex Educaiton Online;
Family Guy Abortion Episode
NGO reports indicate that Cambodia, like many other countries, is falling short on its commitments to universal access to reproductive health services.
Sex enters the Harry Potter universe, and the muggles are freaking out.