Category Archives: Women’s Health

“Hail to the V”

Just a few days ago I was sitting on my couch watching TV, waiting for another commercial to end when I hear the narrator say the slogan “Hail to the V”. Now normally I do not feel the need to … Continue reading

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Slaughterhouse of Horrors Kermit Gosnell, a 72 year old doctor in Philadelphia, is on trial for murder.  He is accused of using “unfathomable abortion procedures on inner-city patients who were well into their third trimester at an unsanitary, bloody, … Continue reading

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“You Play Like a Girl!”

On Sunday March 3rd, the National Football League hosted it’s regional combine in New Jersey where potential players can tryout their skills in front of NFL scouts and coaches. For the first time in the history of the NFL, a … Continue reading

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FGM!!! Tradition or Mutilation??

Female genital mutilation is a culture practice which is mistaken as a religious practice.  It is estimated 2 million women have had this procedure perform against their will through the years.  This procedure is still performed today throughout Africa, Middle … Continue reading

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Where Are The Women Of India?

India has a major problem that Americans would think is extreme. Americans deal with child birth all the time and may or may not have abortions. But what if we were aborting babies and killing them based on their sex? … Continue reading

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You do like sex, don’t you?

This commercial originally caught my eye because it featured a lone potentially single woman which isn’t typical. Usually condoms are something that is marketed by men or heterosexual couples. Unfortunately in place of a sex positive woman I see a … Continue reading

Posted in Dating & Romance, Sexuality, Women's Health | 8 Comments

Got Milk?

Are people  getting offended over nothing? While browsing the web I came across this ad campaign for milk that tried to be comical but it had ended up being controversial and ultimately being dropped. Its ads suggested that it was … Continue reading

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