Top 50 Birth Control Blogs

Birth control blogs run the gamut, from educational blogs for teens to religious blogs that are pro-choice or pro-life. Along the way, you might stumble onto blogs that talk about population issues and climate change alongside entries about birth control. But, the hot button issue behind birth control — outside education — is the right to choose, or reproductive rights, which are considered a human rights issue. This list of top 50 birth control blogs contain all these topics and more.

Below The WaistEducational Blogs

  1. Below the Waist: This blog focuses on reproductive health freedom and focuses on birth control and sexual education as well.
  2. Birthcontrol: This blog is a place to discuss birth control issues and options such as hormonal methods, condoms, IUDs, FAM, and more.
  3. Contraception Blog: Dawn is a published author and a former family planning specialist, health educator, and pregnancy options counselor for Planned Parenthood.
  4. Everyday Health Sexual Health: This section of Everyday Health talks about sexual health issues, including birth control.
  5. Gurl Sex Ed: The gURL sex ed blog is about educating young women on issues pertaining to sex and sexuality.
  6. Institute for Women’s Health Blog: The mission of the Institute for Women’s Health Research is to accelerate the rate of discovery in the sciences that impact women’s health and well-being.
  7. Kinsey Confidential: This site offers a number of resources, including blogs and podcasts focused on relationships, birth control, pregnancy and more.
  8. Our Bodies Ourselves: OBOS, also known as the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective (BWHBC), is a nonprofit, public interest women’s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization.
  9. Scarleteen: Founded in 1998, this site is visited by around three-quarters of a million diverse people each month worldwide, most between the ages of 15 and 25.
  10. Sex, etc.: This blog is by teens and for teens and focuses on teen health, love and relationships, sexual decisions and rational talk about birth control.
  11. Sexual Health Buzz: “Enjoying safer sex one condom at a time…” is the motto for this blog.
  12. The complete sexual health blog for men and women: This blog discusses common issues related to sexual health for both sexes.
  13. Unzipped: This sexual health blog focuses on diseases and safe sex.
  14. Well Woman Blog: Topics covered by this blog include menstruation, menopause, birth control and pregnancy.
  15. Women’s Health: Learn more about your body, including menstruation and birth control, with this blog by Tracee Cornforth.

Birth Control BuzzBirth Control Methods

  1. Birth Control Buzz: This is an up-to-date and informative company blog that offers various forms of birth control for sale and uses their blog to talk about each product.
  2. Fertili-Talk: This blog talks about fertility and natural family planning, along with various birth control methods.
  3. Healthy Women Birth Control Center: This section of the Healthy Women blog offers information on all types of birth control methods.
  4. Natural Family Planning: This blog’s main focus, written by the former Family Planning Coordinator for the Catholic Diocese of Madison in Southwest Wisconsin, is to “lift up the beauty of NFP, fertility, children and family life.”
  5. The Abstinence Clearinghouse Blog: This is a non-profit international educational organization.
  6. The Ruth Institute: This site is all about abstinence and marriage as the proper context for sex, with college students as a focus for this pro-life, pro-family, anti-gay and anti-divorce message.
  7. The Well-Timed Period: This blog covers about every known birth control in existence.
  8. Undercover Condoms: This blog, brought to you by Undercover Condoms, is a place to learn more about safe sex, product information, new sales and specials.

Optimum Population TrustPopulation Issues

  1. Optimum Population Trust News Watch: This blog talks about birth control along with other issues about overpopulation.
  2. Population Action International: This blog focuses on the ability for couples to determine the size of their families globally.
  3. Population Media Center Blog: PMC was founded in 1998 by William Ryerson, with the intention of using the extensive experience of experts in entertainment-education to spread the application of the Sabido methodology in addressing population and reproductive health issues.
  4. Population Research Institute: The Population Research Institute, founded by Fr. Paul Marx, O.S.B., is a non-profit research group whose goals are to “expose the myth of overpopulation.”
  5. Runaway Human Population: This blog is focused on a dialogue about human population and its impacts with a variety of topics, including reproductive health and procreation.

Abortion Clinic DaysReproductive Rights

  1. Abortionclinicdays: Abortion providers tell stories about their work and the people they help, and most stories focus on individual rights and a pro-choice stance.
  2. ACLU Reproductive Freedom: This project protects everyone’s right to make informed decisions free from government interference about whether and when to become a parent.
  3. Advocates for Youth: Established in 1980 as the Center for Population Options, Advocates for Youth champions efforts that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health.
  4. Center for Reproductive Rights: Get daily news here, along with reports from around the world regarding contraception and reproductive rights issues.
  5. Naral Blog for Choice: Reproductive rights are the main issue in this blog, supported by NARAL Pro-Choice America.
  6. Raising Women’s Voices: This blog focuses on comprehensive reproductive health care, pre-natal care, maternity care, primary and preventive services, acute care, dental and mental health care as well as chronic care for women.
  7. Repossess Reproductive Justice: RepoRepro is the blog of Law Students for Reproductive Justice.
  8. Reproductive Rights Prof Blog: This blog provides resources, news, and information of particular interest to law school professors who teach and write in the area of reproductive rights.
  9. RH Reality Check: This is an online community and publication serving individuals and organizations committed to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights.
  10. Say It, Sister! This is the National Organization for Women’s blog for equality, focusing on reproductive rights and other issues.
  11. Women’s Law Project Blog: The Women’s Law Project has a stellar record of achievement protecting reproductive freedom in Pennsylvania and elsewhere in the United States.
  12. Womenstake Blog: This is the blog of the National Women’s Law Center, which focuses on reproductive rights and advocacy.

Catholics for ChoiceReligious, Ethnic and Localized Blogs

  1. Catholics for Choice: CFC was founded in 1973 to serve as a voice for Catholics who believe that the Catholic tradition supports a woman’s moral and legal right to follow her conscience in matters of sexuality and reproductive health.
  2. Choice 2.0: This is the Planned Parenthood blog for central North Carolina.
  3. Lutherans and Procreation: This blog is addressed to the “negative issue of contraception and the positive issue of procreation.”
  4. National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum: This blog provides news and information about women’s health in Asian-American communities.
  5. National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health: NLIRH works to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health and justice for Latinas.
  6. Planned Parenthood Advocate Blog: This blog is focused on pro-choice rights for individuals who live in Minnesota and in North and South Dakota.
  7. Planned Parenthood Illinois Action: This is the Planned Parenthood blog for the state of Illinois.
  8. Teen Source: Another sex education blog, developed by the California Family Health Council, geared toward California teens.
  9. Tell Them: This blog is all about reducing the incidence rates of underage pregnancies, HIV and STIs in South Carolina.
  10. The Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center: This is a Native American Community Board project focused on reproductive rights issues.

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