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the anti-science presidency
the anti-science presidency

Trump’s Family Planning Changes Could Make STD Rates Even Worse

The Trump administration's proposed changes to Title X family planning grants could cripple efforts to curb the record number of STDs, experts fear.
Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
6.12.18
Sex
Sex

9 Things All Good Sex Party Hosts Will Have on Hand

The less obvious items you need in your Amazon cart before throwing a sex party.
Grant Stoddard
6.5.18
Unscrewing Ourselves
Unscrewing Ourselves

The Female Condom Is Ideal For Anal Sex

So why hasn't the FDA approved it?
Matt Terrell
10.20.17
STD Glossary
STD Glossary

Syphilis: Symptoms, Treatments, and Facts

The old-school STD syphilis is making a stealthy comeback.
Sarah Kasbeer
10.9.17
doin' it
doin' it

Why are Flavored Condoms Still a Thing?

For one thing, because college girls are buying them.
Emily Cassel
9.26.17
doin' it
doin' it

The Best Condom Exists But We Can't Buy it Yet

Thanks, researchers.
Emily Cassel
9.18.17
please stop
please stop

This Is What Happens When You Flush Things That Shouldn't Be Flushed

Condoms, tampons, and wet wipes belong in the trash can, people.
Jesse Hicks
9.13.17
Sex Ed
Sex Ed

Teachers Have to Hide the Truth About Sex and It's Screwing Us Over

The Dutch model works way better.
Justin Lehmiller, PhD
8.29.17
Sex
Sex

Oh Good, There Are New STDs Spreading

And nine other shockers from modern-day STD history.
Elizabeth Brown
5.19.17
Terrible But Worth It
Terrible But Worth It

The Least Awkward Way to Bring Up STDs With Your One-Night Stand

Your status doesn't exempt you from having casual sex.
Sheherzad Preisler
5.18.17
They're Reversible After All
They're Reversible After All

Are Vasectomies the New Condom?

More men are choosing to get snipped (and they're doing it in March so they can watch basketball while they recover). Welcome to Vas Madness.
Lisa Marshall
3.20.17
STDs
STDs

Churches Are Using Circumcision to Battle HIV in Tanzania

A new initiative could prevent as many as 200,000 new infections.
Susan Rinkunas
2.16.17