This blog is here to defend all reproductive choices, help/support those who need it, provide information on comprehensive sexual education, and help provide people with resources for whatever choice they may choose (including parenting, adoption, and abortion.)
**Our URL is not to say we are against those who are pro-life, it's about those who actively try to strip us of our reproductive rights they should not have a voice in this debate revolving around people's personal health care choices.
**We do not tolerate ableism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, or any other types of oppression.
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Yeah, well needless to say, I’m highly annoyed with some of the commentary, especially that one, it’s like they aren’t even reading the post? - Paige
Some of the commentary on my post below is just proving my point further. Jfc.
“A study of over 3,445 [people] using different types of emergency contraceptive (EC) pills—Plan B and ella—found that [people] with a BMI over 25 had an increased risk of a pregnancy. The risk of an accidental pregnancy was greater with Plan B than with ella, and greater for [people] with any kind of EC pill when their BMI was 30 or over compared to under 30. So for [people] who have a BMI over 25 and are worried about an accidental pregnancy, a copper IUD may be the best EC choice. Copper IUDs are almost 100% effective as EC when they are placed within 5 days after unprotected sex.” [x]
This more so has to do with your BMI (although, BMIs can be pretty inaccurate, but there are other tests doctors can do on top of the BMI to get a more accurate result.) - Paige
#TYST New Story: “I never once have regretted it.” - Brenna
Brenna shares her story of obtaining an abortion as a college student Arcata, CA.
These are the stories we share.