In short supply regarding the ‘male birth control pill’ news has been basic reason, understanding, and social realism not just about sex differences but also the human person.
The pill was introduced nearly 60 years ago. Why are we only now beginning to document some of hormonal birth control’s serious side-effects?
Yet another study finds a link between hormonal contraceptives and dangerous health outcomes for women, this time in increased breast cancer risks.
Planned Parenthood’s president once again reveals feminists’ low regard for women’s unique creative capacities and contributions.
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.
It’s easy to dismiss these side effects as trivial, and to laugh at men for being weaklings. But the potential side effects were dangerous, and women should not accept them, either.
A new study that finds a big correlation between hormonal birth control use and depression diagnoses validates women’s concerns that many health professionals have long ignored.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends that women only drink if they’re using birth control. In other words, they want baby-making to cease.
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.
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.
Ladies, it’s time you knew what your doctor isn’t telling you. Chemical birth control can have terrible side effects, including miscarriage.
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.
We in the West can learn from those in the East regarding the village support system families need to truly thrive.
Forget Wendy Davis’s wheelchair ad. This new anti-Cory Gardner ad in Colorado might be the dumbest campaign ad of 2014.
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.
Liberals are accusing Republicans of wanting to deny women access to birth control because Republicans want to make birth control more accessible to women.
As long as we continue to describe intercourse as safe or unsafe, we perpetuate the very problems we seek to avoid.
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