Without protections from our lawmakers surrounding health and sexual health education, my needs and those of my queer peers are left unmet.
When it comes to healthcare outcomes, rankings only tell part of the story.
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.
HPV is extremely common, men cannot be tested for it, and men are often unknowingly responsible for its spread.
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.
During this year’s National Women’s Health Week, UCS PPGA President, Sloan Wilson talks menstrual stigma.
"The need was clear. "
"Write to your local legislature. Tweet at your representatives. Tell them to vote against the bills that enforce restrictions on women’s bodies. Truly, your life or someone’s life you know could depend on it."
This Get Yourself Tested month, we are seeing some counterproductive legislation from North Carolina lawmakers.