The Whole Story
Reconsidering the narrative of reproductive and sexual health. Find out more here.
Dr. Michael J. New corrects a New York Times article’s characterization of abortion-related health risks for women.
Dr. Elard Koch examines and corrects claims made in a Guardian article concerning Chile’s maternal death and abortion rates.
Sexual restraint and ethics are not products of an ancient past that “progress” can replace; they are the lynchpin of all of technological and scientific progress.
Recently published information reveals that emergency contraception is less effective (and may be completely ineffective) for a majority of U.S. women due to their body weight.
Contraception is overwhelmingly the reason why women use contraceptives, while any secondary and tertiary side-effects are a mere afterthought for most users.
If we accept that monogamy and non-monogamy exist as neutral alternatives, then God’s commandment to observe sexuality strictly on monogamous, marital terms seems an arbitrary choice.
Simple conveniences are often the most toxic and destructive: hormone-driven mass produced meat, instant Ramen noodles; and birth control is no exception.
Marriage can’t be hacked. And it’s no surprise that successful marriages are those that thrive on transformational rather than ‘romantic’ virtues.