Rebecca Watson

1.) Not sure your point here. Just because there is a very small chance that someone may become pregnant while using birth control is no reason to not offer medical…

Jon Brewer

Oh, you should see the kind of weird backlash I've seen. Acting like a possible (but by no means the medical consensus) case of epigenetic damage from a man drinking…

Jon Brewer

The imaginary Indian is pretty universal in North America. We're exploited by anyone with an agenda.

Jon Brewer

A lot of Hillary supporters are now trying to excuse Human Rights Campaign's history of bi- and trans-exclusion (among other, shall we say, problematic tendencies) as well.


I think you are conflating Julia's problem with the ALL CAPS piece and HRC herself.

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Why the CDC’s Advice for Some Women not to Drink Isn’t So Bad

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