Good day! Wednesday of this week marked a pivotal moment in – not just women’s history – but human history. Shortly after the hot mess of a debate bench-marked by the U.S. election regarding women’s right to birth control access … Read more
A Sexual Health Blog
Category Archives: Reproductive Health
November marks the annual celebration of Sadie Hawkins Day. Who, exactly, is Sadie Hawkins? She may have been the first public spinster third wave feminist to receive national attention – in the 1930’s. And, she is a cartoon. This folk … Read more
Just as college campuses gear up for midterms, Trojan released its seventh annual sexual health report card for U.S. universities and colleges. Props to the Midwest, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (“Big Ten”) ranked number 1 with straight A’s … Read more
One of the best ways to promote safer sex and stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STI) is to encourage better sexual education programs that teach young people about the dangers of these diseases. This concept has been a … Read more
STDs can be a frightening and dangerous regardless of one’s station in life. However, expectant mothers have some additional concerns when they contract an STD. In extreme cases, contracting an STD during pregnancy can cause preterm labor, low birth weight, … Read more
Are women warmer when they’re most fertile? What’s the opposite of premenstrual syndrome or PMS (now called PMDD for premenstrual mood dysphoric disorder) in which some women are prone to irritability, tiredness, depression and other symptoms?