• Meghan commented on the blog post The Wednesday Weigh-In: Male birth control edition   2 years ago · View

    I think she meant women getting pregnant when their male partners had made it clear that they did not want children. Reproductive coercion is definitely a real thing, but you and the OP seem to be meaning different things by the phrase.

  • Meghan commented on the blog post The Wednesday Weigh-In: Let’s Talk About Birth Control For REAL Edition   2 years, 4 months ago · View

    I took the pill from ages 11-20. I hit puberty at 9 and frequently had 2-week long periods, and finally went on the pill after a 6-week long period in 6th grade. The pill worked fine for me while I was in middle and high school, but when I went to college there was just [...]

  • Meghan commented on the blog post Every day can be RUOK? Day   2 years, 10 months ago · View

    This isn’t a criticism, more a suggestion or a thing to think about. In my QPR (suicide intervention) training, we use the phrase “completing suicide” instead of “committing suicide” as a way to remove some of the judgement of the word “commit.” Also this sounds like a really super initiative. I hope more countries adopt [...]

  • I also sit wide (guess I just hate having to keep my legs closed). I have several tattoos, which some would argue isn’t ladylike (even if a trip to the beach revealed that damn near everyone has tattoos, jeez). I change my own flat tires. I play video games (also not actually that rare for [...]

  • Meghan became a registered member   3 years, 9 months ago · View

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