“Your first time is your introduction to the world of sex, and we are here to help make that introduction feel like you have just met your best friend.”
Veronica Vernon speaks about birth control basics and what Butler is doing to promote access.
Despite his dismal relationship with women, President Trump attempted to defend his record on women’s issues during his State of the Union address in the face of democratic congresswomen whose very career paths contradict his rhetoric.
After a recent decision within the Trump administration, the University of Notre Dame decided to refuse birth control coverage to students and employees and retracted its initial decision three days later.
New data from Butler’s spring 2012 American College Health Association survey shows surprising information: Less than 50 percent of Butler students used contraception the last time they had sex. The association surveyed 436 Butler students, all between 18 and 24 years of age, male and female, homosexual and heterosexual. The actual wording of the question…