Women will no longer have to make co-pays on birth control, the Obama administration announced on Aug. 1.
The anti-gay-marriage pledge being pushed by a right-wing Iowa group has made headlines, but we haven't heard much about its call for "robust childbearing."
Contraception has long been the province of women. Isn't it about time for men to get in on the game? These days men have a lot more at stake than they used to.
If you like lewd, crude overpopulation humor, Doug Stanhope is your man.
Who knew feminist Gloria Steinem was such a environmentalist? On ABC News, she talks about climate change, population, ecofeminism, and deep ecology.
Germany's Green Party has a penetrating concern: Toxic substances in sex toys.
If you won't put animal products in your mouth, shouldn't it stand to reason you wouldn't put them on your wang? Or maybe you're courting a vegan, and you want to seal the deal. Lucky for you there are vegan lubes and condoms available, to replace the raw-meat-and-gelatin lube and condoms you were using before.
The right-wing media is all aflutter over Al Gore saying that we should educate girls, keep kids from dying, and make birth control available to women.
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