I don't agree. First published in 1998, Inga Muscio's provocative book still makes an unconvincing case and also repeats troubling anti-choice rhetoric. But it has valuable insights about confronting sexual violence and learning trans inclusivity.
Also, Trump apparently doesn’t know the difference between HIV and HPV, and the Argentina soccer team gets a “lesson” in how to pick up Russian women.
These books challenge readers to see young motherhood through a more honest and empowered light.
And in other research, having sex in your kitchen might be good for your relationship.
Just call them the Young and the Invincible. In other news, a survey asks about sex while menstruating. And in Norway, teen traffic-circle sex is considered a problem—for drivers.
As support for the Disability Integration Act grows across party lines, activists are hopeful about its future.