With the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade a little over a month away, and the 2012 election right around the corner, I can’t help but think about the popularly speculated relationship between abortion rights and young people.
How do you get out of an abusive situation and get yourself safe? By doing all you can to get sound help as soon as you can and to leave as safely as possible. It’s so easy to feel stuck in abuse or other unsafe situations, but we can get unstuck.
Video and transcript of Sonya Renee Taylor performing her poem “What Women Deserve.”
Maria Talks, a website with frank sexual health information for young people, suddenly has a lot of critics who think it’s too explicit. I talk with one of the websites creators to get her take on the site and the controversy.
States across the country are closing youth prisons sending thousands of young people home. Yet, as almost none of the money saved will fund services they will, cutting them adrift.
A new National Health Statistics Report suggests more youth are waiting to engage in sexual activity than were 5 years ago. What does this new data mean for our work?
You can have conflicting feelings about someone but loving and being loved is about honoring and celebrating who we are and what we want.
When my best friend faced an unintended and unwanted pregnancy, I made the choice to stand with her, and I have been an advocate for reproductive justice ever since.
Fewer people worldwide are getting infected with HIV than a decade ago, and those infected are living longer. But declines in HIV infections are uneven and new infections still outpace new patients put on treatment by two to one.
A recent report shows Puerto Rican youth living in NYC are not doing well in regard to work, education, and poverty. But the report itself leaves much to be desired.