It’s Time to Take Control: A Contraceptive PSA

Fiona Downey This past summer, Oregon legislators passed two laws that vastly expanded womens’ access to birth control. House Bill 2879 allows pharmacists, rather than doctors, to prescribe birth control to women over the age of eighteen, regardless of whether they’ve had a prior prescription. It also gives Oregon pharmacists the ability to prescribe birth…

Let’s Talk About Sex Ed, Baby: A Look at Ontario’s Outdated Curriculum

Jennifer Mutton Remember sex education, or “sex ed”? Back when most readers would have taken the class, a teacher would darken the room, pull out the slide projector, and present a drawing of the female reproductive system for you to label. Today, that may seem archaic, as most school-aged children and youth can merely Google any…