On January 29th, Star Parker told pro-life activists at the Family Research Council headquarters she had used abortion as birth control and had four abortions, because she “got caught up in the lies of the Left.” Parker is the founder and president of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, a public policy organization that […]
Megyn Kelly trolls and provokes Huckabee in her own unique way: “Well I do have some news for you before I let you go. We're not only swearing. We’re drinking, we’re smoking, we’re having premarital sex with birth control before we go to work, and sometimes boss around a bunch of men.” Watch.
Welcome to the Internet of Your Ovaries—it's like the Internet of Things but with birth control. Walgreens pharmacy has partnered with a company called Glow to refill your birth control from your smart phone and yes, the robots are coming for us—with tampons, hopefully. Read more...
If you're thinking of switching to a different form of birth control, here's what you need to know about the seven most common kinds money can buy.
Former Gov. Huckabee appeared on "The Kelly File" to clarify his remarks about "trashy" women
Women can refill their birth control prescriptions with a few smartphone swipes, thanks to a deal between Walgreens and Glow Glow, a data science company that focuses on women's reproductive health, has integrated Walgreens' Prescription Refill API into its eponymous app. Show More Summary
Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) has held a strong anti-abortion stance ever since he entered office. In 2009, though, he was kicked out of Democrats for Life of America over sponsoring a bill providing access to birth control and (oh noes!!) sex education. Show More Summary
Welcome to Midweek Madness, where we crush our birth control pills into a fine dust and release them into the Santa Ana winds, howling the ancient words ( inTouch, OK!, Life & Style, Star, Us Weekly) under the light of the moon. This...Show More Summary
A Republican Colorado lawmaker is opposing efforts to continue an anti-poverty program that provides IUDs to poor women because he believes the birth control method to be an "abortifacient" that would stop "a small child from implanting." The Coloradoan reported that Democratic state Rep. Show More Summary
A Republican Colorado lawmaker is opposing efforts to continue an anti-poverty program that provides IUDs to poor women because he believes the birth control method to be an “abortifacient” that would stop “a small child from implanting.” The Coloradoan reported that...
Did you know that kids are the solution to every problem in your boring, sad-sack 30-something life? Well, columnist Tim Lott knows, and he has a lot to say about it! More » Columnist’s 5 Reasons To Have Kids Will Have You Reaching For Birth Control is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
A history of contraception, in all its many forms
This week, the FDA warns of real Viagra in supposedly all natural supplements, a survey finds less than half of adults polled in Japan had sex in the last month, and we theorize about what method of contraception was available to the...Show More Summary
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According to the Daily Mail, in the United Kingdom more that 3,000 14-year-olds and at least 6,300 girls aged 15 were given the contraceptive implant, Nexplanon. The device is inserted under the skin and releases the hormone progesterone to prevent pregnancy. However, the controversy isn’t about the device itself, but about the fact that they […]
Rick Santorum questioned comments by Pope Francis that Catholics shouldn’t breed like rabbits.
Women who use hormonal contraceptives for at least five years may have a greater chance of developing a rare brain tumor.
Jonathan Eig, author of biographies of Jackie Robinson, Al Capone and Lou Gehrig, turns his attention to the story of the birth-control pill in his latest book, The Birth of the Pill. Eig came on The Interview Show, hosted by Mark Bazer, to talk the science, politics and sociology behind what he calls the most important invention of the 20th century. Show More Summary
Rick Santorum flipped about Pope Francis' birth control remarks. But they actually toe the same conservative line
Certain forms of birth control may promote growth of a rare brain tumor