No, I am not pregnant, I just had lunch.
The healthcare industry is in desperate need of institutional change if it truly aims to combat sexual misconduct.
Birth control, I love you. It’s not you, it’s me.
I’m sorry for all the times I made you go hungry.
The thing that so many people oppose actually saved my life.
It is now a year since I was diagnosed with early breast cancer.
It was a very hot December day when I decided to go into battle with my mortal enemy – The Tampon.
It’s been nearly five years since I last weighed myself.
Before getting sick, my life was busy. Too busy.
When my doctor wanted put me on the pill, I agreed. But that was the wrong move.
Can you trust what you see in the mirror?