• December

      5

      2016
    • 228
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    Is the Sexualization of Women Normalizing of Rape Culture?

    Is the Sexualization of Women Normalizing of Rape Culture?

    The sexualization of women and youth in the United States and other parts of the world is making a bigger impact than we realize. In today’s present generation women and children are still oversexualized, but have we grown to accept this as the norm or are we all starting to realize the negative impacts on

    • September

      21

      2016
    • 236
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    HPV 101

    HPV 101

    HPV stands for Human papillomavirus and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is the most common viral infection associated with the human reproductive tract. There are more than 100 types of human papillomavirus and statistics have demonstrated that as many as three out of four people will have one of them at some point

    • July

      8

      2016
    • 276
    • 1
    Why You Should Say #ThxBirthControl

    Why You Should Say #ThxBirthControl

    Last year, Planned Parenthood launched a popular social media campaign called #ThxBirthControl to have people consider the many benefits that birth control offers, and to generate conversation on the topic. The campaign reminds people just how significant access to birth control is to women and men nationwide. Maintaining the importance of birth control is imperative

    • June

      20

      2016
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    The Importance of Self-Exams

    The Importance of Self-Exams

    Today, women know the importance of checking their breasts in an attempt to catch breast cancer early, but breasts are not the only body parts that should be checked routinely. Self-exams involving other areas of the body are an important way to safeguard health and recognize changes in your body that may require medical attention.

    • June

      20

      2016
    • 436
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    Birth Control Barrier Methods: What Are They Anyway?

    Birth Control Barrier Methods: What Are They Anyway?

    Barrier forms of birth control rely on physical or chemical methods that bar sperm from passing through a woman’s cervix and into the uterus during intercourse. Sperm that enters the uterus and fallopian tubes has the potential to fertilize an egg, so blocking it effectively reduces the risk of pregnancy. Although barrier methods are less

    • April

      26

      2016
    • 491
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    6 Birth Control Questions They Didn’t Cover in Sex Ed

    6 Birth Control Questions They Didn’t Cover in Sex Ed

    Sex education classes often cover an expansive array of topics, but they do not, due to time constraints, cover everything. Yet the more information women and men know about sex, the better they can protect themselves and their sex lives. The following are among some of the most common questions that may not be addressed

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