In May of 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a policy guidance urging healthcare workers at all levels receive training and engage in impromptu counseling on matters relating to sexuality with both adult and adolescent patients. Its approach raises many concerns for the children it targets, for their families, and for healthcare providers.
Amidst the current Planned Parenthood scandal revealing the horrific acts against unborn children for monetary gain — President Obama could hardly publicly support more US funding for abortion — but…
The UN’s latest demographic numbers are out and show rapid global aging, and a sharp deceleration in population growth that could lead to stabilizing or even falling numbers before the century’s end.
Amnesty International voted Tuesday to urge the decriminalization of all aspect of the sex trade, and said the new policy was based on input from the World Health Organization and UN Women.
(Part 1, Part 2) Hype in High Places Prior to the twentieth century, the phrase “unwanted children” conjured the image of children who were orphaned or whose parents were, for…
(Part 1 can be found here.) Why a series on “unwantedness?” In my previous post, I discussed two recent papers that dealt with the concept of the “unwanted” pregnancy and/or…