Alright, I’ll admit it every month when good ole Mother Nature decides to make her visit I am not a happy camper. The bloating, the desire to eat EVERYTHING in sight, the constant worry of leaking, and unbearable cramps adds up to me not having a good time. Now because we’re talking about the capitalistic […]Read More PMS: Now Regulated By Patriarchy
I first started taking birth control my senior year of high school, which would mean that I have been on it for almost 5 years. It wasn’t until I took a course on women’s health issues my spring semester of my junior year, that I gathered a complete knowledge of exactly what birth control does […]Read More I Am A Woman, Hear Me Roar
The past few months I have found myself becoming more and more interested in the issue of women’s healthcare because of a personal connection. My mom being a 6 year breast cancer survivor, sees it as only right to get the genetic testing done for her three daughters; but there is the haunting idea that […]Read More THEY forgot who they are talking to.
When I was fourteen I met my first “boyfriend” at church. He was sixteen and had a car, so my parents were convinced that he was going to take advantage of me. In all reality, he was a nice guy who gave me the wonderful memory of my first kiss on a bridge in the […]Read More True Love Waits (For Pressure)