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RUMORS: How the Trump administration could continue sabotaging your birth control

Will the Trump administration announce new restrictions on Title X (the nation’s family planning program) in the next few weeks?

Meet the young activist who fought for a condom dispenser in every bathroom

Alba Alvarado talks condoms, diversity, and college in this edition of #WeArePP: Our Stories from AK to AZ.

Aug. 24, 2017

Congress Just Won’t Stop Attacking Reproductive Health Care

Long story short: A new budget bill moving through the House Appropriations committee would prevent millions from coming to Planned Parenthood and completely eliminate Title X.

July 17, 2017

Trump Budget to Women: We Don’t Care About You

If budgets reflect priorities, then Trump’s budget tells you all you need to know about how his administration values women.

May 24, 2017

Virginia, Oklahoma, Tennessee Officials Wrangle Over Reproductive Health

Another week, another round of dismal activity by anti-abortion state lawmakers. Let’s recap what opponents of sexual and reproductive health services have done in the last few days.

Feb. 10, 2017

Take the 2016 Election Sex Ed Quiz!

See how your sexual health knowledge stacks up to key GOP candidates’ with our 2016 Election Sex Ed Quiz! Warning: Even if you’re up to snuff on candidates’ platforms, their sorry stances on sexual health may shock you.
Sept. 13, 2016

New Study: Overwhelming Support for Consent Education in Schools

Very few people received education about consent from either school or their parents, and that when they did the focus was usually on saying no or dealing with sexual assault after the fact.
April 21, 2016

New Study Reveals that Teens are Getting Less Sex Education Than a Decade Ago

A new study from researchers at the Guttmacher Institute finds that the percentage of teens who received sex education dropped significantly between 2006 and 2013, particularly for those living in nonmetropolitan areas.
April 14, 2016

Top 3 Ways to Take Action

Birth Control Isn’t Controversial

The Trump administration just announced a rule that would undermine the requirement that all insurance plans must cover no-copay birth control — a provision that's already benefited 62.4 million women.

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Now more than ever, Planned Parenthood is counting on volunteers who are ready to take action locally and online and stand up for reproductive health and rights.