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Minnesota’s Birth Control Coverage Protections Would Include Religious Exemption

The proposal includes an exemption that would allow religious institutions to forgo offering health insurance plans that include contraception coverage for their employees. Image: Shutterstock The post Minnesota’s Birth Control Coverage Protections Would Include Religious Exemption appeared first on RH Reality Check.

10 Weird, Unexpected Factors That Determine Who You Fall For

Who knew that what you ate, birth control, and sunglasses had anything to do with dating? The post 10 Weird, Unexpected Factors That Determine Who You Fall For appeared first on The Good Men Project.

28 Black People Who Should Inspire You — Percy Julian

Without him, the birth control pill wouldn't exist. The post 28 Black People Who Should Inspire You — Percy Julian appeared first on The Good Men Project.

For contraception, U.S. women increasingly turn to IUDs and implants

IUDs and implants are safe, reliable, long-acting and reversible forms of birth control. Now there’s a new attribute to add to this list: increasingly popular.

The Birth Control Method That Doctors Want To Use Themselves

Why family planning experts love IUDs. The post The Birth Control Method That Doctors Want To Use Themselves appeared first on ThinkProgress.

8 Women Share What It's Like Switching To An IUD

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Intrauterine devices are one of the most effective forms of reversible birth control, but few American women use them. That, however, is starting to change: The percentage of women using IUDs has grown rapidly in recent years as newShow More Summary

The IUD Is Getting More Popular In America. Here's Why

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

A birth control method that works more than 99 percent of the time is making a comeback after all but disappearing from America in the 1980s and 1990s. The intrauterine device, or IUD, was the contraceptive of choice for 6.4 percentShow More Summary

People's 'Why I Care' Feature Goes to Lena Dunham Promoting Planned Parenthood

People magazine featured HBO star Lena Dunham in its half-page feature “Why I Care: Personal Stories About Giving Back.” The headline in the March 2 issue was “The Girls creator, 28, supports access to birth control and reproductive rights.” Dunham, naturally is “giving back” to the abortion industry. Show More Summary

Catholic school asks elementary students if their sex partners are using artificial birth control, having abortions

A pamphlet handed out at a San Francisco private school also asked kids if they'd been masturbating lately

Jessa Duggar: Secretly on Birth Control?!

Yesterday, we learned that Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald want to adopt lots of children...at some point. Yes, after four months of marriage, Jessa and Ben seem to be in no rush when it comes to expanding their clan, which would be fine...Show More Summary

How To Actually Get Your Free Birth Control 

Remember when Barack Obama announced that the Affordable Care Act would include a birth control mandate that gives women access to birth control for the lovely cost of free? That was great. Those guidelines kicked in on August 1 of 2012,...Show More Summary

Feminist Writer: “I Don’t Particularly Like Babies, If Birth Control Fails I’m Having an Abortion”

Some lovely words from one pro-choicer [Amanda Marcotte]: “I don’t particularly like babies. They are loud and smelly and, above all other things, demanding. No matter how much free day care you throw at women, babies are still time-sucking monsters with their constant neediness. …. No matter how flexible you make my work schedule, my […]

A Birth Control Pill For Men Could Be Getting Closer To Being Reality

Whenitcomestopregnancyprevention,theheavymajorityofprophylacticoptionsareforwomen.Menprettymuchhavejustone—theoneribbedforherpleasure.Malebirthcontrolpillshavebeenrumoredandspokenofforyears,likethehoverboardofprescriptiondrugs,butwewereneverallthatclosetoasolution.

Obama Administration Is Quietly Racking Up Court Victories For Birth Control, Despite Hobby Lobby

Contraception is fairing well in federal appeals courts -- for now. The post Obama Administration Is Quietly Racking Up Court Victories For Birth Control, Despite Hobby Lobby appeared first on ThinkProgress.

HMM: We’re Closer Than Ever to a Birth Control Pill for Men. Well, I’ve been hearing that for mo…

HMM: We’re Closer Than Ever to a Birth Control Pill for Men. Well, I’ve been hearing that for most of my life. But given the dubious safety — and other side effects — of hormonal birth control for women, I’d be slow to adopt this new technology even if I were single.

We Are Closer Than Ever to Birth Control for Men

You knew it was just a matter of time. Women have to carry the babies and give birth and take birth control, and us guys do little in the whole process. Truth is, we get to do the fun part, and all the awful parts get delegated to the female. Well, that is about to […] The post We Are Closer Than Ever to Birth Control for Men appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Race Matters: Israel Admits To Injecting Black Immigrants With Birth Control Without Their Consent

Israel Admits To Injecting Black Immigrants With Birth Control Without Their Consent Forcible birth control is reportedly a huge problem in Israel and one journalist uncovered even more about the ugly truth behind the practice. via Kulture Kritic Israel has

Report Finds ‘Shockingly Substandard’ Reproductive Health Care in New York Prisons

The report details numerous violations of the state's anti-shackling law, severely limited access to birth control, lack of trauma-informed clinical care, and a routine denial of basic hygiene items like sanitary napkins and toilet paper. Image:...Show More Summary

We’re Closer Than Ever to a Birth Control Pill for Men

For dudes who like to notch their belts or track miscellaneous pants-related data, the fact that men produce 1,500 sperm every second seems impressive. But that comes at a cost: babies. Women can choose among a wide variety of birth control methods, but options for men are limited to slip-ons or snips. Show More Summary

Quickies: FDA doesn’t protect us, offense discourse, and birth control

Categories: Quickies Infoporn: Proof that the FDA isn’t protecting Americans’ health – “Whenever the FDA catches falsified data or unreported side effects, it issues a warning letter to document the bad research.... (Read more...)

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