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How Doritos' Super Bowl Ad Kicked Off a Twitter Conversation About Birth Control

Doritos aired the final "Crash the Super Bowl" contest spots during Super Bowl 50. The first was a 30-second spot from Australia which features a pregnant woman getting an ultrasound while her husband munches on some Doritos—and things only get weirder from there. Show More Summary

Great Moments in Female Drunken Antics on Film

This week it was reported that the CDC estimates about 3 million women “are at risk of exposing their developing baby to alcohol because they are drinking, sexually active, and not using birth control to prevent pregnancy.” Or as the Los Angeles Times’ Jessica Roy put it: …Read More

Ridiculous Recommendations about Wine and Pregnancy

In news that will be welcomed by women everywhere in America, the only time you should drink a glass of wine is when you're actively taking birth control pills. Say what?!?! What crackpot organization would suggest something so ridiculous,...Show More Summary

C.D.C. Defends Advice to Women on Drinking and Pregnancy

3 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

After much criticism, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defended its recommendation to refrain from drinking alcohol if women are not using birth control.

Why the CDC’s Advice for Some Women not to Drink Isn’t So Bad

Categories: Feminism Science Support more videos like this at patreon.com/rebecca! Sorta transcript: The CDC has just recommended that women who are sexually active but not using birth control should stop drinking all alcohol.... (Read more...)

CDC: Ladies, Don't Drink Unless You're On Birth Control

In a rare show of bipartisanship, women of all political persuasions are furious after the Center for Disease Control released an infographic and...

The CDC's New Alcohol Guidelines Treat All Women as "Pre-Pregnant"

Sarah Mirk Ladies: No beer for you! Photo by Jaryl Cabuco. On Tuesday, the Center of Disease Control released new recommendations saying that all sexually active women should stop drinking alcohol if they’re not on birth control. The...Show More Summary

CDC STD Campaign Infuriates Women

The CDC is advising women to stop drinking if they are trying to get pregnant or not using birth control with sex. The way this advice was communicated has struck many women as severe and condescending. "CDC to younger women: Better take your birth control before you drink that glass of wine," read one headline. Show More Summary

The CDC Has Now Banned Sex As Well As Booze

3 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Hey there, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you doing all right? I know it's been a rough few days for you, what with outrage over your suggestion that all sexually active women who aren't using birth control should stop drinking and the news that an American contracted the Zika virus... More »

The CDC Has Now Banned Sex As Well As Booze

Hey there, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, you doing all right? I know it's been a rough few days for you, what with outrage over your suggestion that all sexually active women who aren't using birth control should stop drinking and the news that an American contracted the Zika virus... More »

Feds To Young Women: Don't Even Touch Alcohol Unless You're On Birth Control

With the passage of the Twenty-first Amendment in 1933, the United States enacted Repeal and abandoned its failed experiment with Prohibition. And that settled that, right? At least until this week: Women of childbearing age should avoid...Show More Summary

UN Demands Zika-Infected Countries Give Women Access To Abortion And Birth Control

Countries' advice to women to delay pregnancies "ignores the reality" that they don't have control over when they become pregnant. The post UN Demands Zika-Infected Countries Give Women Access To Abortion And Birth Control appeared first on ThinkProgress.

‘Ditch booze’ advice to sexually active US women is step too far

It's over-restrictive for the US Centers for Disease Control to say that women who have sex without using birth control should avoid alcohol, says Ruth Graham

Texas Women Use Less Birth Control, Have More Babies Since The State Defunded Planned Parenthood

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A little more than three years after Texas effectively defunded Planned Parenthood by cutting funding to any organization that offers abortions, an Austin-based research team has released a report that shows how much women are affected when women's health programs are cut. Show More Summary

Birth control for everyone: Instead of scolding about alcohol, the feds should promote contraception for everyone

Instead of piecemeal recommendations about sex and drinking, the CDC should recommend contraception for all women

CDC To Women: Don't Drink If You Aren't On Birth Control

The CDC is telling women who aren't on birth control not to drink. It's a position that is neither respectful nor remotely realistic.

Drinking and Conceiving

A reader responds to the controversy over the CDC’s new guidelines to help lower the rate of fetal alcohol syndrome, guidelines that say doctors should “recommend birth control to women who are having sex (if appropriate), not planning...Show More Summary

Sorry, CDC, but "Not Drinking" Is Definitely Not a Form of Birth Control

4 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

You've probably seen this delightful infographic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, right? You know, the one that says women shouldn't drink if they're not on birth control, because they might get accidentally pregnant?...Show More Summary

US Top Doctors Break the Internet With Offensive Warning to Women

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention broke the Internet on Thursday, with a condescending piece of advice for women: do not drink alcohol unless you are using birth control.

The CDC's Pregnancy and Drinking Guidelines Are Nothing to Freak Out About

Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. The CDC raised eyebrows (and ire) this week when the media thought it released guidelines stating that all women of childbearing age who aren't on birth control should avoid drinking in an attempt to cut down on rates of fetal alcohol syndrome. Show More Summary

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