Gender: Reproductive Politics
Gender: Sex Education
Gender: Contraception Access
Gender: Public Breast Feeding
Employees should have the right to choose what forms of contraceptives their health plans provide, based on their religious beliefs. (40.1% strongly disagree) Employers should not have the right to prevent certain forms of preventative healthcare, including contraceptives, from being provided in their health plans based on their religious beliefs. (37.4% strongly agree) Source: S. Culp, / Reuters
Lysol's "Love-quiz...For married folks only," 1948 Could This Marriage Have Been Saved? A. Yes...had the wife taken heed of her husband's increasing coolness, known the secret of thorough feminine hygiene, kept herself lovely to love.... Source: New Liberty
Beware of one intimate neglect that can engulf you in marital grief. Too late when love has gone for a wife to plead that no one warned her of danger. Because a wise, considerate wife makes it her business to find out how to safeguard her daintiness in order to protect precious married love and happiness. One of the soundest ways for a wife to keep married love in bloom is to achieve dainty allure by practicing effective feminine hygiene such as regular vaginal douches with reliable "Lysol."
Fastidiously well-groomed, obviously sure of herself in every detail, is the woman whose habits of cleanliness include a knowledge of feminine hygiene. This intimate phase of every woman's toilette is too often neglected, through lack of knowledge of the daintiness, self-assurance and poise it brings. Every modern woman should know the facts about feminine hygiene. So much of beauty, charm and self-confidence is lost to the woman who remains ignorant of these facts so vital to her well-being...
Mrs. J---- is pretty, poised and friendly. You'd think that both men and women would like to talk to her, like to have her around. But she's careless about "the one unforgivable fault." So she's seldom invited back a second time. Any woman may be the victim of "embarrassing odor" without realizing it. For a douche is ineffective unless it both cleanses and deodorizes...
Abstinence-only-until-marriage programs are statistically ineffective. Studies show they reinforce gender stereotypes, undermine pubic health programs, violate adolescent human rights by withholding accurate medical information, and they don't actually delay sexual activity. Source: Guttmacher Institute / Did You Know?
62% of Americans believe giving birth is less safe or about as safe as an abortion. In fact, getting an abortion is much safer than giving birth. 0.27 per 100,000 women die from abortions, whereas 17.8 per 100,000 women die from giving birth. Source: Vox / Perry-Undem Poll, Februrary 2016.