- The beauty of married love
- Iowa house bans 'webcam' abortions
- Wendy Davis flips on abortion
- ND abortion 'docs' get hospital access
- 'Sex therapist' at Columbia applauds sex-saturated Olympic culture
- Russia tightens gay adoption ban
- Walgreens Fires Pharmacist for Refusing to Violate His Religious Beliefs
Marriage is a beautiful witness, but it is always hard.
The Republican-led Iowa House passed a ban on telemed, or webcam, abortions on Tuesday. 52 Republicans and three Democrats voted in favor of House File 2175. Rep. Tom Shaw of Laurens was the lone Republican not to vote in favor of the bill. He did so primarily because it does not ban all abortions.
A Dakotas-based health care system has granted hospital-admitting privileges to doctors at North Dakota's sole abortion provider, which would bring the Fargo clinic into compliance with a new state law.
“It’s like making the ingredients of a huge stew — a stew of sexual ingredients,” said Dr. Judy Kuriansky, a sex therapist and clinical psychologist at Columbia University’s Teachers College in New York City. “There is stress, which causes tension, and anxiety and energy, and a massive outpouring of chemicals in the body — adrenaline and endorphins. It’s a powerful concoction of chemicals.”
Russia has banned adoption by single persons from countries where same sex 'marriage' is legal, regardless of the prospective parent's sexual orientation.
Yesterday, the Thomas More Society, a Chicago-based public interest law firm, together with Nashville area Tennessee attorney Larry Crain, of Crain, Schuette & Associates, filed a federal lawsuit in the Middle District of Tennessee on behalf of Pharmacist Dr. Philip Hall.