Memories of My Bad Ass Grandma and The US Reproductive Rights Debate

Emotional scenes in movies have often driven me to tears. This is not easy for me to admit. I still remember 12 year old me hiding behind a door and crying at my dads funeral. My mums death hit me liRead More…

Women’s Reproductive Rights in the US and Latin America

In 2021 the Mexican Supreme Court decriminalized abortions. Now many in the US have started talking about abortions in Mexico for some Americans should Roe v. Wade be overturned. In Chile abortion Read More…

POSITION STATEMENT OF HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IN GHANA AND GHANAIAN HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IN GHANA AND THE DIASPORA ON “THE PROMOTION OF PROPER HUMAN SEXUAL RIGHTS AND FAMILY VALUES BILL 2021”

Following the submission of the above bill known in some circles as the Ghana Anti-LGBT+ bill, to parliament several of us health professionals, in Ghana and the diaspora, have taken the opportunity Read More…

African Men Cry in the Dark, By Dr. Leonard Sowah

As a child growing up in Ghana, this saying was burned into my brain “bεεma nsu” a Twi phrase which means ‘real men don’t cry’. That was the ethos and the ideology of life that I grew up with. One Read More…

The Thermostat Wars, Is This Another Case of Men are From Mars and Women from Venus? By Leonard Sowah

In my home we always have an ongoing fight on the ideal temperature setting for our thermostat. After several ups and downs we have settled on 70˚F but every so often I come home and realize the housRead More…