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Cause to Celebrate

Oregon: Home of the Clearcut

July 5, 2017. Tonight, after the ironic fireworks of a peculiarly anxious Independence Day, I want to celebrate two good things that have happened in my state. Continue reading

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Contraception Is a Right

I started taking birth control pills when I was 19. My father got them for me. This is not a false memory. I told my mother I was involved with a guy, she told my father, and my father went … Continue reading

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The discussion is about contraception: Hormonal birth control pills, taken by women, chosen by women, under the control of women. The discussion is about contraception. Hormonal birth control pills can be used to combat acne, endometriosis, irregular periods. Nevertheless, the … Continue reading

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