On Fatherhood

As it always does, the holidays has led to much rejoicing and the announcement of impending offspring. Its amazing that birth control failure is so rampant at Thanksgiving (I'm not a scientist so that'll have to be a study conducted by someone with a PhD or an MD). But it is, and lucky me, a … Continue reading On Fatherhood

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Preventative Medicine: A Guide to Non-traditional Birth Contol

I went to Target for dog food on Sunday (and left with everything but dog food, but that's par for the course) and in every aisle a different pregnant lady in a different striped t-shirt aimlessly adding to the piles of nonsense in her cart.  Every aisle, a new lady heavy with child wearing a … Continue reading Preventative Medicine: A Guide to Non-traditional Birth Contol

Consequences of Your Actions: Adjusting to the New Order of Reproductive Rights

My local paper ran an article today about a bill that is advancing in the state legislature. This bill, if passed would designate January 22nd as the "Day of Tears". January 22nd is the date in which the Roe v. Wade decision passed down from the Supreme Court. The "Day of Tears" would be a … Continue reading Consequences of Your Actions: Adjusting to the New Order of Reproductive Rights

Winter Weight and All that You Gain

Every year it starts at Halloween the parties and the candy, then as pumpkin spice takes hold and sweaters become larger, for style of course. Then there is Thanksgiving, and Christmas parties, then Christmas and the New Year. Then it gets cold. You spent March through August starving yourself last year so that your jeans … Continue reading Winter Weight and All that You Gain

In the Pudding Club or Too into Pudding 

The problem with being a woman is that every time you're are hungry, tired, or pukey the assumption is that you are pregnant. Even if it is impossible a pregnancy test is administered, I've even heard tales of doctors who don't understand the reproductive implications of lesbianism (could be urban legend).  So when is it … Continue reading In the Pudding Club or Too into Pudding