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My experience with the contraceptive implant! 

Before you start reading, please note that there might be more information in this post than you wanted, but I wish I knew this before I went through with the implanon implant – so if you’re considering it, this might help you! 752 more words

Today's Version of the Cathar Heresy

Catharism was a dualist heresy that swept through Latin Christendom during the High Middle Ages; its growing popularity alarmed Church authorities. It was called by many names (the Catholic Encyclopedia lists twenty-two) but historians prefer to refer to them collectively as Cathars (“pure ones”, or “puritans”). 763 more words

Sexual Morality

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Women saying goodbye to birth control pills leads to alternative forms of contraceptives

Photo by Bryan Calabro

More young women are saying goodbye to birth control pills after experiencing negative side effects the oral contraception has to women’s health. 545 more words

Life

Today's Version of the Cathar Heresy

Catharism was a dualist heresy that swept through Latin Christendom during the High Middle Ages; its growing popularity alarmed Church authorities. It was called by many names (the Catholic Encyclopedia lists twenty-two) but historians prefer to refer to them collectively as Cathars (“pure ones”, or “puritans”). 763 more words

Sexual Morality

"Male voices and perspectives eclipse female ones, even in coverage of women’s reproductive issues"

A new study has revealed that more than half of stories relating to reproductive health are written by men. “When it comes to stories about abortion and contraception, women’s voices are systematically stifled – as writers and as sources,” said Julie Burton, president of the Women’s Media Center. 390 more words

Feminism