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Let’s Get Real About The Pill – 8 Other Reasons Women Use Contraceptives

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Guest post by Shanna Babilonia By now, we are all aware of the unnecessary push to regulate the use of birth control amongst women.  Unfortunately, for millions of women across the United States (whose voices are often not heard), some of our leaders and lawmakers are attempting to remove birth control coverage from insurance policies […]

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What do menstruation and circumcision have to do with religion?

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  Late at night a lone man picks up a piece of ivory. Near the entrance to the cave, a fire is still glowing. He cannot seem to go to sleep. He picks up a sharp flint and carves a figure of a woman with pendulant breasts and a stomach that could only mean pregnancy. […]

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The Not-So-Intelligent Designer

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Ever wonder why we have an appendix? Why so much of our genome is superfluous? Or, in my case, ever give birth to a baby with severe physical deformities who could not safely be born without medical intervention, and then have your friends quote the biblical psalm at you about God knitting a baby together […]

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Why Every Woman Knows Her Body Was NOT the Creation of an Intelligent Designer

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In 1987, teaching creation science in public school classrooms became illegal. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Edwards v. Aguillard may have barred the teaching of creation science, but, shortly thereafter, the term “intelligent design” (ID) was coined as a euphemism to offer an argument against a purely scientific explanation for the creation of the […]

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