Guilt free online shopping.
...and benefit Planned Parenthood in the process.
This is a slam dunk.
I hate the way you don't represent me and the way you steal our care.
They make up one-third of the state's clinics.
There's never been a better time to think pink.
They stand with Planned Parenthood.
Did he not take a history course?
Fashion stands with Planned Parenthood.
They need our help now more than ever.
Sorry (but not really), Donald Trump.
This is what happens when you take Planned Parenthood away.
It is not known if Planned Parenthood was the intended target.
Instead of focusing on one issue, I thought I'd share a smattering of new issues that came up this week, and judge from afar (aka Canada - the land of legal abortions and same-sex marriage).
Ladies, are you going to Planned Parenthood’s Youth Organizing & Policy Institutes? You should be.
Planned Parenthood just turned down a donation of $500,000. At first glance, that seems like an awfully dumb thing to do. Why would an organization that needs so much support right now turn down a donation that large? Because the proposed donation was from Tucker Max. Yes, the same Tucker Max that has made a career of being a slimy, misogynist womanizer.
Just when you thought social media sites couldn't get any less private...you can now 'check in' when you're getting it on. Because everyone is dying to know when and where you're doing it?
Yesterday, I wrote about the controversy surrounding Susan G. Komen for the Cure's decision to defund Planned Parenthood. Today, the Komen Foundation has issued a statement apologizing for that decision.
• What's going on with the Susan G. Komen Foundation and Planned Parenthood? • Is Smash the post-grad Glee? • Gwyneth Paltrow isn't a good feminist, according to herself • Taylor Momsen is super classy
If you’ve been on Facebook or Twitter lately, then you’ve heard about the controversial decision made by Susan G. Komen for the Cure to defund Planned Parenthood. The Komen Foundation – the nation’s largest breast cancer charity – had a longstanding partnership with Planned Parenthood, providing funds for cancer screenings and education for low-income women.
•Joe Manganiello is Big Dick Rickie in 'Magic Mike' for a reason •Ryan Gosling's best on and off screen kisses •Apparently there are tons of single guys at Occupy Wall Street •Do you still support Planned Parenthood, knowing that the founder was an a-hole
Obama has endured a ton of criticism in his presidency. While I proudly voted for him in 2008, I will freely admit that I feel he's dropped the ball on important issues. That said, today is his birthday, and I'd like to take a moment to point out some of the great things he has done in the last 2.5 years.
If you've been neglecting the news in favor if E! and had your homepage set to Perez since forever ago, you may not have heard that there's a very good chance the government is going to be shutting down tonight. If you're rolling your eyes and thinking this doesn't matter to your life, think again. Here are five reasons why you should care--and how the shut down of the Federal Government is going to affect you.
With the latest events surrounding Planned Parenthood, I’ve been thinking a lot about how much it costs to be responsibly sexually active. Birth control, condoms, PAP smears, STI tests, and Plan B — it adds up fast!
There's something in the government water because lately it feels like all they want to do is control our uterus's (Uteri?). Like back off politicians, I know how this organ works, and until you get your period in the middle of 10th grade math class while wearing khakis, don't tell me what to do with my body. And I'm not the only one who feels this way. A bunch of awesome college students made this awesome video.
The House in Arizona passed a bill to ban abortions performed on the basis of race or sex. This means women would have to justify the reason they want to have an abortion. This is especially problematic because a selective body could try and target a women's race as the reason she wants an abortion rather than the fact that maybe she can't afford to support a child at that stage in her life.
As college students and young women, we should be aware of what's going on around us. Sometimes sitting around doesn't seem good enough, but people often say "I'd get involved, but I don't know how." Consider this your friendly college guide to activism so you can get involved:
• You're worth more than casual sex • 10 best foods to eat on your period • Channing Tatum is hot hot hot • Things that make me smile • Cee-Lo's new song is uh...weird • 7 reasons pro-lifers should support planned parenthood • Not Jude Law's best look
Here's a little statistic that will make your head spin: According to a new study, 17 percent of teens have used the rhythm method for birth control, and the number is growing day by day.
[The following post is courtesy of Vanessa Cullins, M.D., Vice President of Medical Affairs at Planned Parenthood. If anyone knows...
Once in a while, we get a variation of this question via e-mail: “I’m a woman in college, and I’m wondering if I still need to be worried about getting HIV. Isn’t it pretty much under control by now?”
Did you know that April is STD Awareness Month? Probably not seeing as it's not the most exciting thing to celebrate. I'm not sure many cities or towns hold parades with condom floats rolling down the street and children with "Yay, Herpes!" balloons tied to their wrists.