Category Archives: social reform

Please Move on to My New Web Site

My New Web Site I’m no longer posting on this site. I invite anyone who visits here–or who has signed up to get notices when I post here–to join me at my new, much prettier and more professional website. Please … Continue reading

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Birth Control: Key to Averting Environmental Disaster

This blog post has been moved to my new website at: Birth Control: Key to Averting Environmental Disaster  

Posted in Being a Woman, Christmas, contraception, environment, social reform, Women and Men, women's health | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Thursday Night Dear Colleague Letter

Thursday Night Dear Colleague Letter. I’m interrupting the series on the value of contraception for women, society, and the environment, to reblog┬áthis. The link is to a blog post by a woman scientist, and it offers insight into what women … Continue reading

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Contraception and Human Social Well-Being

This blog post has been moved to my new website and can be found here: Contraception and Human Social Well-Being    

Posted in abolition, Abortion, Being a Woman, contraception, Motherhood, social reform, Women and Men, women's health, women's suffrage | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments