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Take the Pledge to Stand with Planned Parenthood

Nebraskans value reproductive freedom, comprehensive sex education, and compassionate, affirming health care.

Planned Parenthood Advocates of Nebraska fights for these values.

Take the pledge to join Ruby, Eric, and Lynn in solidarity and stand with Planned Parenthood. When you pledge, you'll get connected to the latest news and opportunities to fight for a future where your values are prioritized in Nebraska.

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We are Nebraskans, and these are our values.

Eric's Story

Growing up, my plan was to leave Nebraska. Living in a rural town of 500 where my graduating class had 19 people, the only examples I had of other queer people were from TV and they always lived in Los Angeles or New York City. It didn't seem possible to have a future here.

I’m a Nebraskan, and I value inclusivity, diversity, and quality, compassionate health care.

Lynn's Story

At age 30, I found myself pregnant with my second child and having unusual symptoms. Doctors told me I needed an abortion. It was 1982, almost 10 years after Roe v. Wade—the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that helped protect abortion access in the United States. I never imagined I would have a problem receiving abortion care.

I'm a Nebraskan, and I value reproductive freedom.

Ruby's Story

Providing comprehensive, medically accurate sex education wasn’t a priority in my small-town school district. The only sex education requirement we had was an abstinence-based curriculum called “Why Am I Tempted” or WAIT.

I don’t think they ever did answer that question.

I'm a Nebraskan, and I value comprehensive sex education.

Care, no matter what. 

In addition to a wide range of health center services, Planned Parenthood has expanded telehealth options. Now you can have a virtual visit with one of our sexual health specialists from the comfort of your own home.

Call 1-800-230-PLAN (7526) to schedule an online visit with one of our providers.