Despite the initial shame, guilt, name-calling, jokes, and fear related to disclosure, my STI presented me with a chance to love myself more deeply. It gave me a chance to sit with myself, who I thought myself to be, who I thought I was going to become, and who I really was.
Let’s say one day you find out you’re pregnant. And let’s say that after considering your options – carrying the pregnancy to term and becoming a parent, adoption, or abortion – you’ve decided that the best choice for you is to terminate your pregnancy. That’s fine! Depending on where you live, though, accessing abortion care could be an issue. This guide is here to help you figure out how to access the care you need.
It can be hard for anybody to ask for help. For individuals on the Autism spectrum or anyone with some kind of disability, it can be an especially trying task. Here's a little advice from someone who knows.
Sex is a Funny Word: a great, inclusive starter book on sex and bodies for elementary and middle readers.
A short, fast, sex ed summary about the bare basics of healthy relationships.
Access Is Love aims to help build a world where accessibility is understood as an act of love.
I wanted to have a candid conversation about abortion for the benefit of young people, like what to expect, how to help a friend having one, and the best candy to keep on hand for recovery, and I knew Amelia Bonow was just the right gal for the job.
Soap truly has no gender, but the personal care aisle can still be a scary place. Let us help you out!
Rebel Well: a Starter Survival Guide to a Trumped America for Teens and Emerging Adults: A letter from Heather about why we've created this guide.
Rebel Well: a Starter Survival Guide to a Trumped America for Teens and Emerging Adults: Just in case you forget that there are still safe places and good things in the world within your reach.