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category: TGIF Roundup

TGIF: Week of December 12, 2014

December 12, 2014

Good news on employment law: Obama and the Department of Labor have released the final rule for anti-discriminatory practices for LGBT workers. The rule explicitly bans federal contractors from discriminating against their workers on the grounds of “sexual orientation or gender identity.” For now it’s just federal contractors, but hopefully the private sector will be […]

Week In Review: Post-Thanksgiving 2014

November 30, 2014

This week, in lieu of our usual weekend posting schedule, we here at The CSPH would like to extend their sincerest condolences and heartfelt wishes to the family, friends, and community affected and inspired by Mike Brown.  As an editorial note, many of the links lead to images and video that you may find disturbing, […]

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Thank God It’s Friday: Rundown for the Week of November 7, 2014

November 07, 2014

The Republicans basically took over the U.S. senate. So what, amirite? Just kidding. But the good news is that Tuesday’s midterm election brought a blow to the “personhood” movement. Laws that would define eggs as people (thus affording them the same rights as those who carry them) were struck down in Colorado and North Dakota […]

Thank God It’s Friday: Rundown for the Week of October 31, 2014

October 31, 2014

Researchers in California have taken a look into the often unexplored domain of abortion stigma, culminating in a special issue of Women and Health that features studies and article that will be available for free until March 2015. The co-editors of the issue hope that it will help activists identify what abortion stigma is and […]

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Thank God It’s Friday: Rundown for the Week of October 19, 2014

October 24, 2014

Content Warning: This week’s TGIF includes articles about sexual assault, abortion, and the misogyny in GamerGate)   This week in studies that prove what we already know, comprehensive sex ed classes that emphasize healthy relationships and family involvement were found to strongly correlate with middle school students putting off having sex. The study found that […]

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Thank God It’s Friday: Rundown for Week of August 11, 2014

August 15, 2014

Every Friday, The CSPH highlights stories, reports, and headlines from the worlds of sexuality, gender, sexual health and politics, sex geekery, and beyond. Read up on the week in sexuality with these links that made us laugh, blush, think, or scratch our chins—here’s the roundup! 1. We Are All Ferguson: Why Mike Brown’s Murder is […]

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Thank God It’s Friday: Rundown for Week of August 4, 2014

August 07, 2014

Every Friday, The CSPH highlights stories, reports, and headlines from the worlds of sexuality, gender, sexual health and politics, sex geekery, and beyond. Read up on the week in sexuality with these links that made us laugh, blush, think, or scratch our chins—here’s the roundup!   1. Need Some Lovin? NYU to Advertise Free Sex […]

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Thank God It's Friday! Roundup for Week of July 28, 2014

August 01, 2014

Every Friday, The CSPH highlights stories, reports, and headlines from the worlds of sexuality, gender, sexual health and politics, sex geekery, and beyond. Read up on the week in sexuality with these links that made us laugh, blush, think, or scratch our chins—here’s the roundup! 1. Sad Good News: Dr. Willie Parker Gives Abortions in […]