Given what we now know about the health dangers of hormonal birth control, making it available without a prescription is a troubling public health policy driven by politics, not science.
Senate Democrats’ proposal to counter the Republican over-the-counter birth-control bill is a façade. They’re still protecting Planned Parenthood at the expense of poor women.
Republican contender Cory Gardner looks likely to send Colorado Sen. ‘Mark Uterus’ back home from Washington DC.
We’ve come to look at birth control as a way to control our lives while ignoring potential and serious psychological, physical, and social consequences.
North Carolina Sen. Kay Hagan is beating up challenger Thom Tillis, despite her rotten record. Here’s what the women giving her an edge are thinking.
Liberals are accusing Republicans of wanting to deny women access to birth control because Republicans want to make birth control more accessible to women.
People don’t naturally assume that over the counter birth control should be available for free: they think they should be able to buy it. Let them.
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