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My Fight for the Abortion I Never Had

My name is Jennifer and I have never had an abortion. But I wouldn’t hesitate to get one if I wanted and needed one.

Dec. 12, 2019

Abortion Stigma: What About in Cases of Rape and Incest?

In this second installment of our discussion of abortion stigma, we address a common question: What about in cases of rape or incest?

Dec. 3, 2019

"Coming out as trans was the beginning of my journey"

Planned Parenthood patient and volunteer Dana shares her story in honor of Transgender Awareness Week.

Nov. 13, 2019

Abortion Rates: Let’s Celebrate the Right Thing  

Celebrating the drop in abortion rates stigmatizes abortion for everyone, but especially for those who have had one.

Oct. 29, 2019

We're Queer in the South and Our Healthcare Needs Matter 

Without protections from our lawmakers surrounding health and sexual health education, my needs and those of my queer peers are left unmet.

Oct. 2, 2019

When State Rankings Fall Short

When it comes to healthcare outcomes, rankings only tell part of the story.

Aug. 23, 2019

Kinky and in Need of Healthcare

For those who come to a doctor’s office with bruises or other marks resulting from consensual sex involving some forms of kink, a doctor’s office can be more than intimidating -- it can seem completely unapproachable. 

July 18, 2019

Men's Health Week: Get The HPV Vaccine

HPV is extremely common, men cannot be tested for it, and men are often unknowingly responsible for its spread.

June 13, 2019

Queerness Doesn’t Cause STDs

Sometimes, statements about Queer or minority health, especially in the absence of context, can make it sound like queerness or one’s status as a minority are the cause of negative health outcomes.

June 11, 2019