Sexual health educators regard Obria Group's prohibition against condoms as reckless and dismiss its focus on abstinence as wishful thinking.
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Abortion rates have been on the decline in the United States since the 1980s, due in large part to an increase in the use of long-acting reversible contraceptive methods, according to new research.
I will not stop speaking up about reproductive justice—nor should any of us, especially those of us who identify as people of faith.
Planned Parenthood is expanding availability of its Direct app, which can be used to order birth control pills for home delivery in some states.
While Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed a spending bill that would stop enactment of the Title X "gag rule," it's not likely the provision will survive the Republican-controlled Senate.
Anti-choice lawmakers in state legislatures have for years used fetal remains burial laws to create barriers and add costs to abortion care.