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Why Do We Doubt And Police Those Seeking Permanent Contraception?
Any woman who says she doesn't want children has probably been told she will change her mind.
By Sarah Khan

This is definitely my experience. My OB/GYN would not even discuss it with me when I asked 4 years ago. Instead I was directed to an IUD, which I haven’t loved but it is doing the job. 

Definitely an important topic to consider in women’s health and personal autonomy.

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I can’t stop thinking about that kiss. Like in a not-bad way? Oh, like I’ve never thought about bisexuality. I mean, for myself, you know? But as a scientist, I know that sexuality is a spectrum. But, you know, social biases, they codified attraction. It’s contrary to the biological facts, you know? Mm-hmm. That’s oddly romantic. And totally encouraging.