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Women's Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Connie Codding on Planned Parenthood and Dotty LeMeiux on Women Campaigning, broadcast on 3/27/17, has been uploaded to the web archives.

Women’s Spaces Radio Show on KBBF-FM 89.1 with host Elaine B. Holtz and guests Connie Codding on Planned Parenthood and Dotty LeMeiux on Women Campaigning, broadcast on 3/27/17, has been uploaded to the web archives. 300 more words

Women's Spaces

At What Age Should Girls Be Allowed Birth Control?

Teenagers have sex. They always have and they always will. It’s not something that can be stopped. I don’t even think it should be. However, unplanned pregnancy and STIs certainly can and should be prevented. 775 more words

Sex

Sex obsessed after ditching birth control!

Almost 1 year ago, I made the decision to completely rid hormonal birth control from my life. The result; I am now sex obsessed!

Hormonal birth control was a part of my life for around 9 years. 574 more words

Health & Wellbeing

My Stance On Abortion 

Abortion is a very old practice that dates back to ancient times. It is the ending of a pregnancy by removing the fetus or embryo from a woman’s body. 769 more words

Women

Book Review: “The Birth of the Pill” by Jonathan Eig

By: Nelly Papalambros

“ Sanger’s crusade had begun when Woodrow Wilson was president and ended with Kennedy. It had begun when a woman devoting herself to anything but motherhood was by definition a radical.” 

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Opinions

Contraception and Spousal Accountability

Everyone knows that millions of Catholic married couples are using contraceptives irrespective of the Church’s condemnation of the practice. What is interesting about this reality is that the common methods being used place the responsibility on either the man or the woman, but not both. 495 more words

Sexual Morality

Guest Post: After the 2017 General Assembly, I'm more fired up than ever

This February, I had the opportunity to join NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia for my first ever legislative session in Richmond. We focused primarily on two bills: HB 2264, which would allow the state of Virginia to defund Planned Parenthood and HB 2267, to ensure women in the Commonwealth can receive up to 12 months of oral birth control at a time. 793 more words