The ASA has ruled that the app’s claim of being a ‘highly accurate contraceptive’ is misleading and exaggerates its effectiveness
The campaigner made information about sex and birth control widely accessible – but she left behind a dark legacy.
Technology has brought power back to the women of Northern Ireland
"This is a major step forward in the development of a once-daily male pill"
New research reveals the shocking truth about how women are portrayed in fiction – and there’s a new contraceptive on the market.
It’s the first update the IUD has had in 50 years
Conclusive evidence that you can ditch hormonal contraceptives, if you so desire
Why are women burdened with the responsibility of procuring and taking contraception?
New research shows 51% of women accessing terminations in the UK are using some form of birth control
The chain has been hailed as “trailblazing” for its attitude to sexual health
Employers would no longer need to provide free contraception
New research argues that men should be sharing more responsibility for avoiding pregnancy.
Lucy Mangan on the burden of contraception
Some good news.
Will you be ditching the pill for your phone?
New figures show that women in the UK are buying five million fewer packets of tampons each year.
“We should demand to know why we’re not trusted to know what is best for our own bodies and futures.”
Just how long do we have to wait until the male pill becomes a viable option?
It has some remarkably similar effects to the pill and yet it has been deemed unfit for public use.
Breakthrough “switches off sperm within minutes”