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Ela and Budnick find higher unintended pregnancy risk among non-heterosexual women

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"Bisexual young women are at higher risk of unintended pregnancy" - Journalist's Resource.

Using data from the Relationship Dynamics and Social Life study, Elizabeth Ela and Jamie Budnick find that non-heterosexual women's less frequent use of contraception puts them at higher risk for unintended pregnancy than their exclusively heterosexual counterparts.

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