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Today is the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision affirming Americans’ right to choose an abortion.
“Moral” anti-choice activists are attempting to criminalize abortion–in decidedly immoral ways.
Some couples are in conflict about a woman’s insistence that her partner stop watching porn.
What does she hope to gain by this?
Better erections, more (or some) orgasms, wetter vaginas; less shame, guilt, anxiety, or embarrassment.
These are some of the things you may want in 2020. Here are some ways to get closer to them.
I come to praise estrogen. For most women entering, and many women already in, menopause.
But isn’t estrogen dangerous? Doesn’t it cause breast cancer?
In a word, no.
The Ohio legislature is about to join 16 other states in declaring pornography a public health hazard.
What these legislators really mean is that “we don’t like pornography.”
Let’s give thanks for the sexual rights and options we have recently acquired. But these are fragile, and must be protected.
And let’s remember the sexuality-related rights and services that we’ve lost, all within living memory.