The Rush to Get an IUD in America Is Very Real
Since election day, women's health clinics have been squeezed to keep up with the demand for long-acting reversible contraception devices, like IUDs.
The Canadian Politician Who Killed the Tampon Tax Wants to Make Birth Control Free
Member of Parliament Irene Mathyssen is setting her sights on the high cost of birth control after removing the federal tax on tampons last year.
What It's Like to Have an Illegal Abortion
It's a crime to have an abortion in Poland, so what do you do when an unwanted pregnancy could ruin your life?
Catholic Hospitals Are Still Denying Women Pregnancy-Related Care for 'Moral Reasons'
Now, the ACLU is suing healthcare giant Dignity Health for denying women tubal ligations and other contraceptive care.
An Open Letter to My Vagina: Sex, Pain, and Vaginismus
Overcoming the condition that makes sex as painful as the very first time, every single time.
What It's Like to Have Endometriosis, the Disease That Makes Your Periods Hell
While Lena Dunham recently made headlines for the little-known condition, she's not alone. One in ten people with a uterus will suffer from endometriosis at some point, including me.
The VICE Report
Year of Mercy: Backstreet Abortions in The Philippines
How government bureaucracy and Catholic opposition has hindered the Philippines' new Reproductive health law, in turn highlighting the country's fight for safe abortions.
Joanna Fuertes Knight
A Comic That Shows the Tough Reality of Getting an Abortion in Brazil
After learning she's pregnant, Cynthia encounters emotional and logistical obstacles when trying to access safe and legal abortion services in Brazil.
Actually, Republicans Are Losing the War on Planned Parenthood
Despite months of attacks against the women's reproductive health giant, Republicans haven't actually accomplished much.
How One Man Ran the World's Only Menstruation Museum from His Basement
The story of a 73-year-old bachelor, a massive collection of menstrual memorabilia, and the museum that may one day rise again.
Living as a Woman with HIV
Though we know that HIV can affect anyone, the face of the HIV crisis has often been that of a white, gay man. To show the wider range of individuals dealing with HIV, we sat down with three women who are living their lives HIV positive.
Sophie Saint Thomas and Casey Halter
I Froze My Eggs, Ended Up in the ER and Almost Lost an Ovary
Three days after I took charge of my reproductive future, I woke in a cold sweat, dry-heaving in pain. Less than .025 percent of women who freeze their eggs end up with ovarian torsions: Lucky me.