Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 41, Number 1, March 2009

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Incarcerated Women and Abortion Provision: A Survey of Correctional Health Providers
Carolyn B. Sufrin, Mitchell D. Creinin, Judy C. Chang  [abstract]

Taking Be Proud! Be Responsible! to the Suburbs: A Replication Study 
Elaine A. Borawski, Erika S. Trapl, Kimberly Adams-Tufts, Laura L. Hayman, Meredith A. Goodwin, Loren D. Lovegreen  [abstract]

Sexual Insistence and Disliked Sexual Activities In Young Adulthood: Differences by Gender And Relationship Characteristics
Christine Elizabeth Kaestle  [abstract]

Trends in Family Planning in Russia, 1994–2003
Francesca Perlman, Martin McKee  [abstract]

Contraceptive Use and Abortion Among Women Of Reproductive Age in St. Petersburg, Russia
Elena Regushevskaya, Tatiana Dubikaytis, Minna Nikula, Olga Kuznetsova, Elina Hemminki  [abstract]


Abortion Access for Incarcerated Women: Are Correctional Health Practices in Conflict With Constitutional Standards
Diana Kasdan


Virginity Pledgers Are Just as Likely as Matched Nonpledgers to Report Premarital Intercourse
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West Indian Immigrants, U.S.-Born Blacks Have Different STD Risk Profiles
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Sexual Partnerships in Britain: Characteristics Differ By Gender and Predict Likelihood of Condom Use
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Abortion or Pill Access Is Associated with Lower Birthrates Among Minors
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Heterosexual Anal Sex Is Common Among STD Clinic Clients, but Is Frequently Not Protected by Condom Use
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Pediatricians' Support Of Breast-Feeding Is Linked To Their Experience with It
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