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'If you know your rights, you can take steps to make sure you can live according to YOUR preferences.'
Hi, I'm Rej. I'm married, and I have a beautiful eight-month-old son named Lucas.I've always wanted to be a mother, and now that I have my son, I can tell you that motherhood is wonderful, intense,
President Duterte wants the RH Law implemented in full force, but this won't happen unless the SC lifts its TRO. Here's what it means and what you can do.
Cosmo Quickie: This story at a glance!***At the rate things have been happening in the Philippines, what was fresh news becomes stale seemingly faster than the speed of light.Early this month, President Rodrigo Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) 12, which
And other sh*t Pinays have to deal with, because we are women living in this country.
There are things that we wish had never happened. Unfortunately, reality always trumps wishful thinking. Here are the painful, disturbing, and disappointing things that have been affecting Filipino women. 1. RH LAW STILL HOSTAGED BY SUPREME COURT TROFour years since its enactment,
Four years since its enactment, the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law has encountered all sorts of obstacles.
Last December 7, the Philippine Legislators Committee on Population and Development (PLCPD) Foundation, Inc. held the "Apat na Taon, Apat na Hiling (Four Years, Four Requests)" event at the hotel Microtel by Wyndham in Quezon City. Around 100 reproductive health advocates from
Their campaign is on
After decades of debates, the Responsible Parenthood and Reproductive Health Law (RA 10354) or RH Law was passed in 2012.However, in 2015, the Alliance for the Family Foundation Philippines filed a complaint to the Supreme Court (SC). The group alleged that
The Philippines is the only country in Asia where teen pregnancy is still rising.
Yesterday, the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, or UNFPA, celebrated World Population Day by partnering with youth organizations to provide a platform for marginalized teenage girls. A few days before the event, UNFPA country representative Klaus Beck reported that the Philippines