What It's Like to Get Reproductive Care at an Anti-Abortion, Anti-Contraception Clinic
Changes to the Title X family planning programs have brought onboard a new kind of reproductive health clinic. What does that mean for patients?
A Philadelphia Judge Blocks the Trump Administration's Birth Control Regulations
The two regulations, which would have let employers with "religious and moral objections" deny employees cost-free birth control coverage, briefly took effect Monday.
Meet Two of the Women Fighting Against Their University for Reproductive Rights
Irish 4 Reproductive Health, a student activist group, filed suit against the Trump administration and Notre Dame over the school's refusal to offer birth control coverage to students and faculty.
Should Birth Control Get a Fast Track Through the FDA?
As much as we would love over-the-counter pills, here's an argument for why we should treat birth control like any other drug.
What Will Happen When Women Can Get Hormonal Birth Control Without a Doctor?
A look at the potential consequences of Oregon and California's latest birth-control laws.
How Medical Device Companies Test Products Out on Patients—After They're Released
Essure, the latest malfunctioning medical device, shows us exactly what’s wrong with the way medical devices are approved in this country.
Five Studies: Why IUDs Are Poised to Become the Future of Birth Control
They're the most effective method—perhaps because they're the most empowering.
Colorado May Have Just Put Abstinence-Only Education to Bed Once and for All
Contraception works, especially when it's free. Abstinence, not so much.
Fight Climate Change by Fighting for Women’s Rights
It's time to stop focusing on population growth as the cause of our environmental problems. It’s not the main culprit, and the women of the world are already doing all they can to slow it. They just need more support.
Should Companies Be Required to Provide Birth Control to Employees?
A reading list on the Hobby Lobby cases.
Take a Moment to Talk About the Good Side Effects of Birth Control
As a way to politicize the issue, most media coverage of birth-control methods is focused on the potential complications of use, but far more women experience positive benefits, including cancer prevention and menstrual regulation.
50 Years Later: Is the Birth Control Pill Patriarchy-Compliant?
And does our designation of the pill as a holy pillar of equality still apply today?
Our Shifting Attitudes Toward Open Access for Birth Control
Most women now believe that the Pill should be available without a prescription.