Category Archives: Parenting

Men are More Than Allies When It Comes to Abortion Rights

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Abortion access—or lack thereof—affects the lives of men almost as much as the lives of women. Why are we treating men as mere allies? Allyship used to mean people who shared a mutual interest or who faced a common threat, … Continue reading

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Survival of Extremely Premature Infants Opens New Ethical Decisions

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Changes in what we can do always lead to new questions about what we should do—questions about what is prudent or loving or wise, about what serves human wellbeing or even that of the broader web of life. Recent medical … Continue reading

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The Junk Science and Bad Faith Behind Colorado’s IUD Controversy

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Opposition to IUD’s, like opposition to vaccines, is putting American families at risk—and a Colorado controversy shows that misguided faith and scientific ignorance are to blame. When a pilot program in Colorado offered teens state-of-the-art long acting contraceptives—IUD’s and implants—teen … Continue reading

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