How's the women's healthcare on your college campus? MT wants to know!



The Metro Times is looking to interview students or graduates of Michigan colleges who have had experiences with women's healthcare on their campus, either adverse or excellent. Health care can pertain to access to STD testing, pregnancy resources, reproductive care, and more. If you have a personal story to share, or know someone who might be worth talking to, please let us know at .

The Metro Times is also looking for stories regarding shaming on college campuses from both male and female perspectives — whether the shaming was for  financial, sexual, or emotional reasons — for a story relating to how public shaming can go unnoticed at universities. If you or someone you know might be worth talking to, please send an email to

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