Get To Know The Clitoris, Is Gus Fring Gay?, and Why Females Live Longer
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Get To Know The Clitoris, Is Gus Fring Gay?, and Why Females Live Longer

Musician, provocateur Genesis P-Orridge dies at 70. Study finds gender is a bigger barrier to queer women’s success in construction than orientation. Meta-analysis finds: the more older brothers a man has, the more likely he is to identify as gay. Essay: Thank god I’m gay. Jumbo and Never Rarely Sometimes Always: New films by women … Continue reading

HPV Vaccine for Adults, Intimacy Choreography, & Lil Nas X Comes Out
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HPV Vaccine for Adults, Intimacy Choreography, & Lil Nas X Comes Out

50 years of progress in Philly police treatment of trans people. Being diagnosed with HIV during Pride month and learning resilience. Woman charged with manslaughter after she is shot in stomach and loses pregnancy. Alabamanians defend the decision. CDC expands recommendations for HPV vaccine for all genders through age 26 and beyond. Theater increasingly turning … Continue reading

Life Sentence For Killing Rapist?, Miscarriages Among Teens, & Health Outcomes for Bi People
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Life Sentence For Killing Rapist?, Miscarriages Among Teens, & Health Outcomes for Bi People

Senator introduces ban on taxpayer funds for harmful ‘conversion therapy.’ One #Exvangelical’s story of falling in love after divorce. Stacey Abrams says the country has an obligation to keep sex workers safe. What are the many things that sex can mean to us? Alabama woman faces life sentence for killing the man she says brutally … Continue reading

Menstruation and Empowerment in Uganda: A Conversation with Carmen Cronin
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Menstruation and Empowerment in Uganda: A Conversation with Carmen Cronin

MPH and Fulbright scholar Carmen Cronin recently returned from a trip to Uganda where she studied the practices of girls around menstruation. What products/materials do they use to handle blood flow? What are the cultural beliefs about periods that affect their daily life? Does menstruation get in the way of being able to attend school? … Continue reading

AIDS Education Month Means Cool and FREE Stuff
Anatomy/Physiology / LGBT / Podcast / Race / safer sex / sexuality education / Sexually Transmitted Infections

AIDS Education Month Means Cool and FREE Stuff

Since 1990, Philadelphia FIGHT has been leading the nation in care, education and research around HIV and AIDS. Their list of services and accomplishments is super impressive and they work with all types of people: from kids to felons, folks at risk of contracting HIV and those who already have. While they do this work … Continue reading