Only 28 percent of women have three or more children, and 52 percent of women, according to General Social Survey data, reported their ideal family size is two children.
If approved in the United States, Natural Cycles would provide Americans a drug-free alternative in a market saturated with hormonal and abortive birth control.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s willingness to publicly address a past miscarriage, their struggle to conceive this time around, and joyfully embrace their twins is important.
Do most women really believe that guaranteed, unrestricted sexual choice is an unmitigated good? The facts seem to tell a different story.
There are a number of reasons it’s time to cut Bristol Palin some slack. There are also some valuable lessons the rest of us could learn from her.
Pop culture tells women their empowerment and freedom comes from unlimited access to birth control and abortion. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Women are not born broken. Our bodies are burdensome in certain respects, but some burdens are worth carrying. That’s the truth about natural family planning.
Actress Blake Lively says she wants a ‘big family’ like hers and her husband’s. It’s a fabulous goal.
The U.S. fertility rate has fallen to match its record low. Here’s why that needs to change, and you need to be the one to change it.
Miscarriage is one of the things in life that show we simply aren’t meant to know, control, and understand everything that happens.
Children created during in vitro fertilization can be disposed of for potential flaws, evaluated for ‘desirable’ characteristics, experimented upon, and bought and sold.
Two documentaries—one released in 2007, one in production now—have inspired debate over whether modern medicine treats women’s biology as a disease to increase profits.
We celebrate celebrations while we sweep away grief. This doesn’t need to be. Communities can join both the happiness and mourning pregnancies can bring.
Meet the industry that conjures life and often causes death yet argues, with a straight face, for ‘professional self-regulation.’
Here’s my response to the ever-present implied rhetorical non-question about how to mother seven children.
In the case of no disease, prescribing chemicals with side effects and long-term health risks would be considered inexcusable by any medical standard. Except if it’s birth control.
It’s time for feminism to stop being oversensitive to potential victimization and start thinking about how women can help make the world better.
Raising kids in the pink police state means overthinking, overplanning, and overmedicating. No wonder parents are going crazy.
Many people are quite amazed to meet a pants-wearing, educated woman who actually favors the contraception-free life. For the curious, here’s an FAQ.
Denigrating mothers of multiple children as brainless and inferior isn’t just misogynistic. Our enthusiastic embrace of low fertility rates is becoming a problem.
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