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A Duke University study of 2,220 American women aged between 15 and 24 found that 31 percent had used withdrawal as a form of birth control at least once over a four year period. Rachel K Jones, a medical researcher at the Guttmacher Institute in New York, notes that withdrawal rates are often underestimated, as patients are unlikely to disclose use of the method unless they are directly asked.And survey administrators often give priority to the most effective method used, meaning that women like Nicole, who use withdrawal in tandem with condoms or the pill, often go unspoken about.As 1/3 of Seattlish, Hanna Brooks Olsen, put it: "This is a real spooky thing for those of us who work in media." • Hamil told candidates that if they showed up he'd give them a minute to say whatever they wanted. • Citywide council candidate Jon Grant also got up to speak.Michael Maddux, the looser cannon of the two young urbanist dudes running in northeast Seattle's District 4, took that opportunity to share something we can never unsee: I need to say that my baseline assumption about the world is that everything is a lie, so I thought this was photoshopped. I missed it, but I'm told he mentioned how the SECB once said he has a "serial-killer vibe" and then made an actual serial killer joke. • Kshama Sawant stole the show, which was not a very hard thing to do in a room packed with her fans.Responding to the study, New York Magazine journalist Ann Friedman dubbed it "the Pullout Generation," citing twenty- and thirty-something inner-urbanites who "bought organic kale and all-natural cleaning products, and so can't quite get down with taking synthetic hormones every day." Jezebel wondered if it might be a reflection of what writer Tracy Moore termed "pregnancy ambivalence" - that is to say, that perhaps couples using the "pull out" method weren't so opposed to the idea of getting pregnant after all.They just weren't ready to start actively "trying" for a baby.The first does a relatively quick lookup to see if there are any eligible promotions for this ASIN or for this customer.
When Hamil asked her why someone who's not a socialist should vote for her, she replied, "It doesn't fucking matter whether you're a socialist or not.
(More on this below, including the actual nearly naked photo.) • Mara Willaford and Marissa Johnson, the two Black Lives Matter activists who shut down Bernie Sanders in Seattle this summer, interrupted Hamil at one point (though it was planned) to tell jokes of their own.
The two activists have declined almost all interview requests since their action, but it sparked a national conversation about the presidential candidate's positions on race and the Black Lives Matter movement.
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That's a real thing that happened, and it was one of the highlights of last night's "The Seattle Process," a new local-politics-focused live show from joke teller/writer/podcaster/You Tube video maker Brett Hamil.