Decisions about birth control are personal, and no one should be making them for you – especially not your boss. But today the Supreme Court decided to hear two cases that could allow bosses to deny their employees birth control coverage —> http://buzz.mw/b5893_l.
(graphic via National Women’s Law Center).
instead of taking birth control you can have sex at night bc the sperm are asleep + you won’t get pregnant
In case anybody’s not sure about it, this is terrible advice and completely untrue.
dont forget the part where you pretend you’re having a really sad moment in the rain
And the period shower where you stand and watch the blood flowing down the drain as if you just got back from a war or brawl.
As a girl I can confirm that all of this happens.
Yes it does.
It really does
The period shower one is funny, but somehow it makes me concerned that girls think they need to remove their tampons, keepers, diva cups, whatever before showering. You really don’t have to. You’re not going to be washing inside your vagina anyway. Or maybe you’re just all using pads? *tilted Castiel face*
back the fuck up.
Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) have a track record of outright lying to women. They work to dissuade people from exercising the right to choose.
Lies crisis pregnancy centers tell. If you see a place with a “pregnant and scared?” ad, it’s probably a CPC, and their sole goal is to convince and coerce you not to have an abortion. They will lie about medical facts in order to convince you. Do not trust them.
I also find it reassuring that they at least considered Charlaine Harris’s Dead Ever After when looking at bad written sex scenes.
The tanning lotion and the sweat meant we slid against each other like seals, and it was wonderful all the way to the shuddering, straining climax.
Are they having sex, visiting Sea World, or trying to start a broke-ass car? I can’t tell, but it’s gross and unsatisfying.
A doctor explains why Americans’ penchant for a hairless pubic area is dangerous to our health.
“Pubic hair does have a purpose, providing cushion against friction that can cause skin abrasion and injury, protection from bacteria and other unwanted pathogens, and is the visible result of long awaited adolescent hormones, certainly nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about.”
I’m just gonna put this here. Do what you want, but do it with a full awareness of how media and cultural expectations are shaping your decision-making and with knowledge of the potential consequences.