In the latest kerfluffle involving female body parts, a Michigan mother calls The Diary of Anne Frank inappropriate for school, not because of any details about the horrors of the Holocaust but because in the new version of the book Frank describes her vulva in detail.
The North Carolina legislature would rather see teens face unplanned pregnancies, untreated STIs, and chemical dependency issues than allow them to receive any form of health care without a parent’s approval.
This week, a California program that allows teens to order condoms online garnered controversy, but Pfizer selling Viagra to patients online did not. Meanwhile, a vibrator race was held in Las Vegas.
Antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea presents a looming public health crisis that could be prevented.
The Obama administration advances a misguided argument and denies it is playing politics with emergency contraception.
Feeling anxiety or shame about one’s own genitals happens. Here are some things to consider and some approaches to learning to accept and embrace these body parts.
The High-Level Task Force for the International Conference on Population and Development takes aim at violence and maternal mortality.
A new study suggests that porn might not influence young people’s sexual behavior as much as we thought, and it turns out that even Europeans have limits about how explicit sex education can be, at least when it’s for first-graders.
In his new HBO special, comedian Louis C.K. notes that men are “the worst thing that ever happens to” women. The bit is funny, but it’s also tragically on point.
It takes the work of many to ensure everyone has access to health care.