Tell Congress: Stop Playing Hyde And Sneak with Women’s Health

Category: Legislation

Politicians are slipping attacks on women's health into every kind of bill imaginable — and it’s time to speak out.Continue Reading

Tags: Gynotician, women's health, 20 week ban, Hyde Amendment, Reproductive Rights, Human Trafficking


Planned Parenthood Global Launches 'Healthiest Generation' Tumblr

Category: Global

On our new Tumblr you can expect to find playlists with amazing music from countries across Latin America and Africa; inspiring stories of badass change makers from around the world; photos, videos and GIFs illuminating the front lines of this work; and much more. Continue Reading

Tags: Global, Healthiest Generation


A Genderqueer Movement Beneath Women’s History

Category: PP Generation Action

Celebrating Women’s History Month isn’t just about celebrating women’s history. As a genderqueer poet, student, and activist, I believe it’s time to raise up all the voices that are too often silenced or cast to the side Continue Reading

Tags: Students, Feminism, Youth, Women's History Month 2015, Transgender, Brooke Baxa, Andrea Gibson, Kelsey Gibb, stay here with me, Darkmatter, Alok Vaid-Menon, Lourdes Ashley Hunter, Trans Women of Color Collective, Genderqueer, Trans*


Gloria Steinem Just Turned 81 — And Her Words Still Shake Things Up

Category: Photos, Feminism

Chances are you know feminist icon Gloria Steinem. What you might not know are Steinem’s more recent, poignant statements about unity across gender lines Continue Reading

Tags: LGBT, Gloria Steinem, Feminism, Transgender


Gynotician Hall of Shame: Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz

Category: Elections

Ted Cruz for President

Ted Cruz just announced that he’s running for president. But he’s a bonafide gynotician who has no business making laws dictating women’s access to health care. Continue Reading

Tags: Gynotician, Ted Cruz, Women are Watching, 2016 Election


Happy 5th Anniversary, Obamacare!

Category: Obamacare

5 years ago, Congress enacted the single biggest advance for women’s health in generations: the Affordable Care Act. In those five years, the ACA has brought affordable health care to about 25.5 million Americans. But it didn't happen by magic. Continue Reading

Tags: Birth Control, Obamacare, Affordable Care Act, Supreme Court