Expanding resources for body literacy: an interview with an NFP instructor

For National NFP Week, I'm excited to share with you an interview I got to do with Christina Valenzuela, owner and founder of Pearl and Thistle and Boston Cross Check instructor. I hope you enjoy it!

Sometimes, for loss parents, NFP is the worst.

Next week is Natural Family Planning (NFP) Week 2022. Before social media feeds (especially Catholic-leaning ones) fill up with cool things about NFP, I want to highlight one really important aspect of NFP that is difficult for many: miscarriage.

4 science-backed ways paid leave is good for women & children’s health

Did you know that research indicates that paid maternity leave is really good for women's and newborns' health?

Societal stressors and sex ratios (a series, part 2)

What proportion of babies are males, when society is stressed out? Read this post to find out.

What proportion of babies are males? (a series, part 1)

At least, usually? Read this post to find out.

Terms Explained: what are prostaglandins?

Did you know that the same weird thing in your body can 1) make periods painful, 2) help cure newborns of certain kinds of heart disease, and 3) make a uterus contract? Welcome to the confusing and impressive world of prostaglandins. Check out this article to learn more!

12 instagram accounts to follow if you are NFP-curious (and one more if you’re an NFP pro)

If you're just jumping into the world of NFP, I've got some IG follow recommendations for you! Here are the handles and bios of some accounts you might like. If you've got another recommendation, leave a comment!

Passionate about women’s health, from tattoos to fertility awareness: an interview with an NFP instructor

For NFP week, I sat down with Johnna Wilford, a health, wellbeing, and FEMM/SymptoPro coach in Kentucky, to ask her a few questions about NFP. We also talked about curly hair and her favorite hormone. I hope you enjoy the interview!