A Brooklyn police captain puts acquaintance rapes lower on his priority list than sexual assaults by strangers; an implant to prevent HIV is now in development; and a Japanese cartoon character fights evil—and a burgeoning syphilis problem in the nation.
It is appropriate for a study of a new drug to be shut down if the participants (be they male or female) are suffering. Also, side effects of birth control should not be inevitable for women either.
A Dutch study finds that girls who get along well with their mothers are more likely to put off having sex; doing good might have benefits in the bedroom; and don't think that gamers are hanging out alone with their joysticks.
The AMAZE video series on sex education for younger adolescents has short, snappy information that kids can use and also comes with resources for parents and educators.
White feminists need to recognize that we can’t win by leaving our sisters and siblings behind. We must support reproductive justice organizations led by women of color.
“We do not accept any federal, state or local rollbacks, cuts or restrictions on our ability to access quality reproductive healthcare services, birth control, HIV/AIDS care and prevention, or medically accurate sexuality education,” the Women’s March on Washington platform says.