Teachers and school systems fear running afoul of the gateway law, which allows teachers to be fined up to $500 for discussing “gateway sexual activity” in the classroom.
It is an utterly necessary and beautiful chronicle of women's fight to make themselves, their risk, and their needs visible in the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and public health responses to it.
More people worldwide have access to treatment and prevention than ever before, but 15 percent of people living with HIV in the United States don't know their status.
Because 'tis the season. And who better to help than reproductive rights and justice thinkers who regularly fight alternative facts?
Heart-stopping sex might be rarer than we think. IUDs might lower your risk for cervical cancer. And a vibrator “accidentally” recorded a couple’s sex toy session.
"What happens in Ohio may not stay in Ohio. It may have implications in the 45-year battle over Roe v. Wade.”