National Women’s Health Network media highlights, mentions and more in 2021.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are highlighting how folks can safely date during COVID-19.
Online access to birth control can be a convenient and easy way to get your preferred method. But like everything else, shopping online for prescription birth control can be confusing if you don’t know what to expect.
It’s not possible to understand present-day reproductive coercion, or its lasting impact on marginalized communities, without understanding the United States’ long history of sterilization abuse.
National Women’s Health Network media highlights, mentions and more in 2020.
NWHN Policy Advocacy Director, Sarah Christopherson, is quoted about forced sterilization in an ICE facility: “These unnecessary medical procedures seem clearly designed to rob these women of their ability to get pregnant and have children.”
Phexxi is a contraceptive gel that works by taking advantage of the vagina’s natural acidity to reduce sperm’s vulnerability to acidic environments.
The NWHN applauds the recent decision by District Court Judge Theodore Chuang to allow pregnant people to receive medication abortion care through telehealth, including receiving mifepristone through the mail.
The Trump-Pence administration finalized its changes to Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, which have far-reaching and negative implications for transgender and/or gender non-conforming people.