My “say something!” moment at Planned Parenthood

June 23rd, 2013  |  by  |  published in Blog, Featured, Personal Essays

My "say something!" moment at Planned Parenthood

It’s official… I am fertile again. On Wednesday I headed to Planned Parenthood (PP) with one goal… To get my IUD removed. [Read why here. It had nothing to do with a lack of birth control love.] Before my actual appointment though, I had a financial appointment. Now that I’m “the-new-face-of-poor” I wanted to see […]

Removing my IUD

June 19th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Blog, Personal Essays

Removing my IUD

I’ve decided to remove my IUD. (Wow. It was hard for me to even write that. How the hell am I going to go through with this?) As I was saying… I’ve decided to remove my IUD. Well actually get it removed. (You should never try and remove an IUD yourself!) And today is D-day. […]

10 Facebook updates… unsent

June 18th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Blog, Personal Essays

10 Facebook updates... unsent

I have so many things in my head that I can write about tonight, but after almost an hour of me starting and stoping different posts… I’ve decided to just write about them all (the beauty of this challenge! It’s what I make it.) Think of this list as Facebook posts I could have written […]

Time For A Change: My Birth Control Upgrade

June 20th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Blog, Dating Chatter, Videos

Time For A Change: My Birth Control Upgrade

I’ve been trying to remember where–at 16 years old–I got the good sense to get on birth control. My parents and I never discussed sex at all, so contraceptives certainly never came up. My best friend at the time was having sex, but in efforts to discourage me, she told me the common myth that […]

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