Category Archives: Reproductive Health

Why I’m No Longer Distraught about Losing Roe

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If the whole point of the abortion fight is that people should be able to form the families of their choosing at the time of their choosing with the partner of their choosing, then there’s a whole lot we can do to advance the cause with or without Roe.   Continue reading

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Female? Welcome to Your New Old Role—Breeder

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Men—especially men in positions of power—have often thought about reproduction in economic and competitive terms: More children means more workers for the field, more adherents for the church, more serfs or slaves, and more foot soldiers to help one clan or tribe or kingdom or nation win conflicts with others. Continue reading

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On Mother’s Day I’m Grateful for One Special Abortion Provider and a Whole Line of Healthcare Professionals Who Came Before Her

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Raising two kind, curious daughters with my husband, Brian, has been the most meaningful, wonder-filled adventure of my life. That is why, on Mother’s Day, I find myself feeling profoundly grateful to the healthcare providers who made possible these twenty-five … Continue reading

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Looming Condom Shortage Shows Importance of More and Better Options

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People have more time for sex these days but fewer options when it comes to protecting themselves against unwanted pregnancy. Women may not be able to get pill renewals, leaving some couples to fall back on condoms, which have a … Continue reading

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Valerie Tarico on Pace In Freedom Podcast

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Pace In Freedom Podcast – Sex Ed for the Left and Right with Dr. Valerie Tarico (53 min audio) PaceInFreedom.com James Pace and Valerie Tarico discuss the ethics of abortion, the meaning of personhood, and how we sort ourselves into … Continue reading

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