Bringing Up Baby: Is Pregnancy A Disease?

In the political and media realm, this “pregnancy as disease” model is one thing that pro- and anti-choicers agree upon, although they use it for different ends. Read more »

Douchebag Decree: Birth Control Backlash

It’s a little embarrassing to call out Fox News on the Douchebag Decree, because that channel is basically a love letter to this column: “Dear Douchebag Decree, I will... Read more »

SXSW Interactive: Feminist Drama, Female Tech Founders, and Branding Birth Control

SXSW Interactive had an overwhelming amount of panels, conversations, and sessions that covered more tech talk you could shake a joystick at. Here’s a quick round-up of three panels I saw, including Internet drama from a feminist perspective, the brainstorming behind... Read more »

Tube Tied: "Teen Mom" and the Problem With Social Realism In Reality Television

MTV's been having a good summer. In part, that's because the second season of its reality series Teen Mom has been generating huge ratings for the network—it is this summer's third-most-watched original cable... Read more »

Reproductive Writes: Keep Talking Part 2: An Interview with Laura Eldridge

Laura Eldridge is a women's health writer and activist. She began working with the founder of the women's health movement and author of The Doctor's Case Against The Pill, Barbara Seaman, when studying at Barnard College.... Read more »

Reproductive Writes: Keep Talking: An Interview with Laura Eldridge

Laura Eldridge is a women's health writer and activist. She began working with the founder of the women's health movement and author of The Doctor's Case Against The Pill, Barbara Seaman, when studying at Barnard College.... Read more »

Don't back down from backing up your birth control

Tell the FDA to Act on Emergency Contraception from Center for Reproductive Rights on Vimeo. With the Ides of March (3/15), Pi Day (3/14), and Dodge the Drunk Douchebag Day (3/17), in... Read more »

Reproductive Writes: Giving Blood Part 2: Interview with Chris Bobel

University of Massachusetts professor Chris Bobel is the author of the soon to be released book New Blood: Third-Wave Feminism and the Politics of Menstruation. In the second part of this two-part interview she unpacks periods... Read more »

Don't Drop the Birth Control Ball This Year

Oh the things that make up New Year’s Eve: chintzy eye-glasses, countless top ten lists, nosiemakers…emergency contraception? According to the National Institute for Reproductive Health, sales for emergency contraception... Read more »

Good story, Fox News

Fox News is giving half the story again, this time in a report about bra sales in Australia and the cup sizes associated with them. The message the Fox story sends is that these giant-breasted women got that way because of birth... Read more »

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