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“If I am having sex with multiple partners, I would rather use a condom because this is not definitely protecting me against STDs.”
The father’s case was shot down due to the fact that he had consented to having unprotected sex.
A 2016 study sheds light on the alarming relationship between hormonal birth control and depression. But the findings are only the latest in a long line of battles between women and their doctors over accurate information.
Starting next year, women in California and Oregon will be able to get birth control prescriptions from a pharmacist, without having to make an appointment with a doctor—a huge step towards eliminating barriers to contraception access.
New research out of Osaka suggests a male birth control pill may be closer than we thought—no scary needles required.
Having to remember to take pills every day is a bummer. So is using condoms if you're in a long-term, monogamous relationship. Two Swedish scientists have created an app to help you with these problems.
This week's Lady Business examines the pros and cons of the Intrauterine device (IUD).