Tag Archives: Contraception

Brush up on your knowledge of female condoms in honor of Global Female Condom Day

Tweet Today is Global Female Condom* Day. In honor of this day, brush up on your knowledge of female condoms by attending a Google Hangout happening right now hosted by Google and Planned Parenthood and featuring experts from a ton of organizations including PATH, Pathfinder, AVAC, CHANGE, the National Female Condom Coalition and The Red [...]
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Plan B still not over-the-counter for everyone

Tweet Looks like we haven’t fully won the battle over Plan B.  While I have begun to see Plan B over-the-counter in drugstores near me in New York City, that isn’t the case for everyone.  Not only are there logistical setbacks to ensure that all women have access to emergency contraception, the messaging campaign to [...]
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Happy anniversary to your right to birth control!

TweetOn this day 48 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in Griswold v. Connecticut that (married) couples have a right to use contraception. Although a vocal minority–including a recent presidential candidate–thinks this ruling never should have happened, the vast majority of us seem to like it quite a bit. As conservative attacks against birth control access continue–over the past three [...]
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Infographic: Americans spend more money on potato chips than on contraception

Tweet What do 222 million women in developing nations around the world have in common? They all want access to modern contraceptive. In a new video and infographic, Population Action International explains that if the U.S. contributed a mere .03% of its federal budget towards international family planning, they could provide the 222 million women– [...]
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