Criminalizing Teen Pregnancy

Source: Sala Lewis

About a year ago, I found myself standing in front of about a hundred Tanzanian secondary-school girls. Ranging from ages 12 to 19, I gathered these girls to discuss menstrual health and hygiene. I’d been living in the village of Mvaa for almost a year working with the Peace Corps, and I’d spent the first few months narrowing my focus for…

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Tyler A. Donohue

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Pastimes include playing with words, using my passport, and eating croissants. A writer of all things gender, culture, and travel.

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