BY Emma Tilden in General on Jul 22, 2014 |
The GOP is apparently trying to figure out why, oh why, they aren’t getting more of the female vote! It is strange that a group so devoted to saving women from their heathen desire for contraception could consistently rank behind their democratic competitors in the polls.
Lucky for them, they’ve got North Carolina Congresswoman Renee Ellmers to advise them in their quest to win over female voters. On Friday, July 18, Ellmers addressed a ... Read More
BY Sonia Edwards in Feminizzle on Jul 10, 2014 |
Finally, some good news out of Washington.
Yesterday, Democratic Senators Patty Murray (WA) and Mark Udall (CO) introduced a new law in response to the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby ruling. The Protect Women’s Health from Corporate Interference Act plans on doing just what its title suggests. It would make it illegal for any for-profit organization to deny its workers of health care guaranteed under federal law, namely ... Read More
BY Emma Tilden in General on Jul 10, 2014 |
The pill. IUDs. Spermicides. Diaphragms. There are many, many forms of contraception. And, let’s be honest, they can be a total pain.
Lucky for us, even the current anti-contraceptive political climate hasn’t stopped researchers from continuing to pursue an effective, easy, and worry-free form of birth control. MicroCHIPS is working to develop a contraceptive chip which can be activated, deactivated, and ... Read More
BY Emily Robinson in Feminizzle on Jul 01, 2014 |
Hobby Lobby, the company behind the Supreme Court’s anti-contraception ruling, has been profiting from the same contraception products that they sought to deny from the Affordable Care Act.
What??? A corporation causing a big, sexist stink about preserving its religious beliefs, only to secretly and hypocritically make money off of the contraceptives it was protesting in the first place?? Shocking! A Mother Jones report reveals that Hobby Lobby ... Read More
Birth control is an extremely personal choice for each couple and for each woman. For some, an IUD feels risky, a condom less pleasurable, a daily pill impractical. Doctors are constantly on the lookout for breakthroughs that might allow for more convenient and safe contraception.
A recent push from both medical experts and the masses for “post-fertilization contraception” might provide a solution for some women. A ... Read More