There's a CVS Boycott Brewing Over Mail-Order Birth Control
Recent changes made by CVS Caremark could result in people having fewer options for birth control delivery.
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When He Throws Your Birth Control Pills in the Garbage
Pressuring someone not to use birth control is called reproductive coercion and it's a form of intimate partner violence.
Clinics Might Have to Destroy Usable Birth Control Thanks to Trump
It's just one consequence of recent changes to the country's federal family planning program.
Trump's New Abortion Rules Could Hit Rural Communities Hardest. Just Look at Maine.
Maine's family planning clinics decided to stop taking Title X funding because of new Trump rules on abortion referrals.
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The Trump Administration Is Endangering Teens’ Access to Birth Control and STI Tests
Clinics must document their efforts to “encourage” minors to tell their families about family planning. Advocates say less teens will seek care.
Is the Simulation Glitching?
Ted Cruz and AOC might be teaming up ... for a second time.
A Tennessee County Wanted to Sterilize Inmates for Shorter Sentences. That's Over Now.
One former inmate says he refused a vasectomy and was required to serve an additional 30 days
Imprisoning Women and Not Covering Birth Control Are Now on the Table in the Abortion Fight
Anti-abortion legislators are no longer just trying to chip away at Roe. They’re going after it with an ax.
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The Truth About Male Birth Control
Where the hell is it?
Where the Hell Is Birth Control for Men?
For years, headlines have promised birth control for cis men is just around the corner. The truth is more complicated.
Your DNA Could Affect How Well Your Birth Control Works
New research suggests that people with an uncommon genetic variant break down the hormones in birth control too quickly—which could put them at risk of unintended pregnancy.
Why We Should Stop Using the Phrase 'Women's Health'
It ignores all the other people—with or without a uterus—who have reproductive health needs.
Meera Shah, MD