From sexual health, mental wellness, relationships, and everything in between, these are some of the news highlights that have happened this week:
Thank you Mississippi! Voters rejected Amendment 26 (aka Personhood Amendment) that would have defined life as starting at conception, and outlawed abortion and many forms of birth control if passed. Here’s why it failed to pass and what its failure really means for women’s reproductive health nationally. (*Hint: This ain’t the last of the Personhood movement*)
Why personhood, and not pregnancy prevention?
Harassment, male privilege, and jokes that women just don’t get.
Patriarchy eats its women and children and criminally cripples its men.
Was President Obama right in requiring health insurance companies to cover birth control without co-pays? You betcha!
#MenCallMeThings Twitter trend highlights sexist abuse online.
Sad and outrageous: Thousands of women in North Carolina has been forcibly sterilized.
What is the Penn State coach had victimized girls?
76% of young adults 18-29 say unplanned pregnancy is a problem.
FYI: Sexual harassment is not really about sex at all.
Here’s the real story of Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood.
Last but not least: Don’t you hate it when someone asks for your number to call you, and they send a text to begin a conversation instead? Me too.
Until next week….