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Regional Groups Find Allies in New Places

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.

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USA Squeamish About UN Guidelines

Looks like the US is once again living up to it’s Puritan roots.

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Roundup: Tiller Murder Suspect’s Hearing

Tiller Murder Suspect’s Hearing; Sex Educaiton Online;
Family Guy Abortion Episode

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Accountability and Reproductive Health in Cambodia

NGO reports indicate that Cambodia, like many other countries, is falling short on its commitments to universal access to reproductive health services.

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Our Little Wizards Are All Grown Up

Sex enters the Harry Potter universe, and the muggles are freaking out.

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Can We Talk About Sex Positively?

Most people experience sex in positive terms. But much of sex education employs the “disease, disaster, dysfunction” language for sex education. Incorporating pleasure and fun will serve us better than focusing only on the negative.

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Sexual Health Ignorance Comes From Above

How long is sex education going to be marginalized, hindered, or just ignored?

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Taking Politics Out of Plan B

I have long mourned the death of science in the emergency contraception debate.

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European Court Rules On Freedom of Expression in Portugal

The European Court of Human Rights recently ruled that Portugal had violated freedom of expression by prohibiting the ship Borndiep, which promoted the decriminalization of abortion, from entering Portuguese territorial waters.

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Can Passion Have a Place in Safe Sex?

In a good relationship that’s about to become sexual, the introduction of a condom can seem like the introduction of a lot of baggage: fear, disease, death.

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