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What to Know About Ovulation Pain When You’re Trying to ConceiveThe Bump
Experts answer common questions about ovulation pain—from how long it lasts and what it means for pregnancy, to how to find relief and when to seek help. Dr. Kate White, a NCSH member, is featured. 

Sex and Intimacy Without ErectionsWedMD
Erectile dysfunction (ED) can impact your sex life and intimacy, which can be frustrating. Experts provide tools and guidance that can help address concerns caused by ED. NCSH member, Dr. Tameca Harris-Jackson, is quoted.

Other News This Week

Supreme Court to Tackle Religious Freedom vs. LGBTQ Rights in Foster-Care CaseNBC News
The U.S. Supreme Court will make a landmark decision on whether a Catholic Child Services organization is allowed to discriminate against same sex-couples who want to foster children.

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Sweeping Missouri Abortion LawABC News
A federal appeals court panel blocked Missouri from enforcing a sweeping law that bans abortion at or after eight weeks of pregnancy, which could affect other strict abortion laws in the country.

Education Department Begins Sweeping Rewrite of Title IX Sexual Misconduct RulesU.S. News & World Report
Federal regulations protecting students against sex discrimination stand to be expanded in scope. The Education Department’s hearings aim to dismantle the prior administration’s Title IX campus sexual misconduct rules.

Same-sex Marriage Sees Record-High Support in U.S., Poll FindsCBS News
A new Gallup poll shows that support for same-sex marriage in the U.S. has reached a new high of 70%, progressively increasing since 2015, when same sex marriages were legalized.

Everything You Need To Know About How To Use A VibratorRefinery29
For those with vaginas, vibrators are commonly used to provide clitoral orgasms, but they can also provide multi-orifice stimulation. This article explains how vibrators can increase sexual pleasure.

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