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Same-sex marriage remains banned — for now — in the Navajo NationThe Washington Post 

Though same-sex marriage has been legal in all 50 states since 2015, it remains prohibited on the largest Indian reservation in the country. 

90% Of Americans Feel Unprepared By Sex Education, New Survey ShowsForbes  

New research shows middle and high school sex education isn’t just cringey and awkward, it's also ineffective. 

In Texas, Local Laws to Prevent Travel for Abortions Gain MomentumThe New York Times 

Lubbock County, home to more than 300,000 near the New Mexico border, has become the fourth and largest Texas county to bar travel assistance for abortions. 

Latinx LGBTQ Young People at Greater Risk of SuicideParents  

The Trevor Project's new report takes a close look at the unique mental health challenges of LGBTQ youth who are Latinx. 

Infertility gets a new, expanded definition to address ‘the reality of all’ seeking care, medical group says - CNN 

Reproductive health experts are updating how they define “infertility” to be more inclusive. 

How Missouri doctors are meeting a post-Roe demand for vasectomiesPBS Newshour 

For World Vasectomy Day, Planned Parenthood held a 3-day clinic in three Missouri cities where doctors performed a total of 91 procedures. 

I Would Love to Have A Second Kid, But I Simply Can’t Afford ChildcareVogue  

As the cost of childcare in the U.S. has increased 220% over the last three decades, Hannah Matthews details her struggles with the inflating cost of childcare.  

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