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I Don't Have A Perforated Uterus And Other Stories From My Womb

I don’t have a perforated uterus. My IUD did not fall out. I’m not pregnant. There isn’t a hunk of levonorgestrel-laced plastic trashing my entrails and burrowing through my abdominal wall. 787 more words

Survey | How Race and Religion Shape Millennial Attitudes on Sexuality and Reproductive Health

Survey | How Race and Religion Shape Millennial Attitudes on Sexuality and Reproductive Health
Source: Public Religion Research Institute

A majority (53%) of millennials say the country has gotten pretty seriously off on the wrong track, compared to 45% who say it is going in the right direction.

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Social And Cultural Issues

What's scarier, suburban sprawl or a shape-shifting sexually transmitted demon?

There’s a line in It Follows that I would have written down, had I been able to temporarily disengage the two-handed terror-grip that I maintained on my date’s upper arm from the first 45 seconds of the film onward, but the gist was this: One of the secondary characters shares the realization that her parents had forbidden her from ever crossing 8 Mile unsupervised — … 393 more words

Living

Tampons Be Gone!

Women don’t like to talk about reproductive health. Often even with their own daughters. I remember when my mother tried to have “the talk” with me when I was eleven. 438 more words

Diva Cup

Fallen Friends - Hysterectomy

My Uterine Heart goes out to my Fallen Friends…

The other day, one of Genevieve’s clients (Gen-Touch Massage & Holistic Therapy) told her that she had a hysterectomy several years ago, because she had fibroids (fibroid treatments are a whole other blog).  472 more words

Healthy Uterus

My Birth Story

I love a good birth story! Even before I was pregnant, I enjoyed hearing the unique ways that life happened. I always find it fascinating how a baby makes it’s entrance into the world. 2,032 more words

Adventure

MARCH 4 ENDO

Endometriosis (en-doe-me-tree-O-sis) is an often painful disorder for women, in which tissue that normally line the inside of the uterus — the endometrium — grows outside the uterus (endometrial implant). 1,058 more words