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Wanderlust: A Bike Tour of Reproductive Justice

A young reproductive justice advocate hops on her bike and travels across the U.S. to uncover what sexual politics looks like across America. Want to join her?

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In Africa, Menstruation Can Be a Curse

Menstruation is perhaps one of the most ordinary individual female experiences but, in sub-Saharan Africa, the experience often impacts society as a whole negatively due to the absence of clean water, sanitation, and products to cope with menstrual flow.

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Facts Have No Place in Ab-Only

On the front lines healthcare providers and volunteers meet young women who learn prevention post-infection, who explore contraceptive options after a pregnancy and who are growing up in a culture where sophisticated media outlets sell sex as power.

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Health Providers Unsurprised by Teen STI Rate

Last week’s revelation by the CDC that one-quarter of teen-age girls have at least one sexually transmitted disease came as no surprise to Michigan health providers, who say such an epidemic is the fruit of a widespread failure to teach teens about sex.

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4 Out of 4 Teen Girls Need Better Sex Ed

The CDC recently reported that one in four teen girls, sexually active or not, has a sexually transmitted infection. But all four out of four teen girls need better prevention education to avoid STIs and make healthier decisions.

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The Face of the Movement

Anti-choicers, while detached from reality, aren’t stupid, of course, and eventually they figured out how bad it looks to have a bunch of men at the front of misogynist organizations trying to put on a smiley face. Hence, the rise in prominence of women in the anti-choice movement.

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Birth Control Prices and the 08 Election

Who among the crowded field of presidential candidates, both Democratic and Republican, will do the most to address the rising cost of hormonal birth control on college campuses?

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Battling the Birth Control Price Hike

The Deficit Reduction Act made it costly for pharmaceutical companies to offer deep discounts on birth control to college health centers, but DHHS Secretary Mike Leavitt could easily close this loophole.

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Looking Beyond Bratz Brawls

Your instinctive reaction was right: Bratz dolls are harmful to girls, an APA study says.

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Is sex even fun?: Messaging for Young Women of Color

Questions about reproductive rights and health from young women might just surprise you. But the Pro-choice Public Education Project’s RECOGNIZE! campaign may have the answers.

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