Looks like a jellyfish, works like birth control.
From someone who definitely hates mornings more than you do.
Sex advice that's fun, informative, and actually useful.
Is it really summer if your thighs don't chafe?
*Mentally counts the hours your tampon has been in*
"It was my own damn fault. But every yogi that I've talked to has no clue that this could have happened."
"He did not take my body and my consent away from me. I still have that. I am still alive."
But it really depends on the pill and the person.
From jade eggs and vagacials to sticking yogurt in your vagina.
We'd like to share your stories with others who may have experienced something similar.
A 44-year study found great news for users of the Pill.
The answer seems to be widely available birth control and the rise of long-term contraception methods. Congress is deciding whether some of that that will continue.
As most great decisions do, this all played out in a group chat.
Sure, subway sneezers are gross, but this might be a little dramatic.
It's the birth control that can outlast a presidency, but it might not be right for everyone.
"When the opportunity came up to reach this many people it was a no brainer for me to do that."