M.J. Angel Choosing the right contraception method for many women can feel like playing hormonal Russian roulette. Contraception isn't a one-size-fits-all solution.
Sarah Berry Grace* 31, was 18 when she had her first abortion. Since then, she has had five.
Catherine Rodie The scientists behind the female condom have been tinkering with the design, and they think that this time round, it is going to take off.
Matty Silver Buying condoms means that you want sex and many aren't comfortable showing it, when in our modern society it really should be as easy as buying toothpaste.
Luke Malone Emergency contraception may not be effective for women over 75 kilos.
It's that time of year again when people around the world recount the Christmas tale of Jesus' birth to the Virgin Mary.
Cosima Marriner Teenagers are having more sex than ever before and at an earlier age – and in ways their parents wouldn't dream of.
Jenna Clarke Why would a woman take photos of the abortion of her child?
Matty Silver The abstinence movement is bending the definition of "virgin" beyond recognition, writes Matty Silver.
Fact v fiction
Dr Deborah Bateson How contraception affects fertility, weight and your risk of cancer.
Katherine Feeney A new sex health campaign is targeting people outside the "condom generation".
Jenna Clarke The members of "Generation Jones" are retiring from their Yuppie ways and have adopted a Gordon Gekko style of grandparenting.
Dr Deborah Bateson Yes. But not only for contraception. The Pill provides a host of other health benefits to women at this stage of life, writes Dr Deborah Bateson.
Pfizer, the world’s biggest drugmaker, has recalled 1 million birth-control packs after discovering that pills were mixed up inside the packages, possibly putting women at risk for unintended...
Girls gone mild
Rachel Hills Thanks to raunch culture and "Jersey Shore", it’s easy to believe that young people are at it like rabbits. The truth is a bit more complex, writes Rachel Hills.