My school has a "Lifestyles" center where they have condoms and give out advice. They also produce something called "Toliet Talk" which are placed on the back of bathroom doors to have some "reading material". This week they were talking about "Dont be a baby mama/daddy", and they had some statistics up about pregnancy and birth control. One stat said "1 in 100 women will become pregnant using the nuva ring and birth control pill perfectly".
That cant POSSIBLY be right, can it? If it was I would think we would have a lot more alternatives out there BC wise. I would also like to point out that this center is probably the least sex positive place I've come in contact with in a long time.