Hey, Bridgeport! Tomorrow is Teen Clinic —> a time for teens ONLY. Services are confidential and FREE. Need condoms? Birth control? Want to get tested? Maybe you just have questions about your health? Come see us tomorrow from 3-6PM. Bring your friends! Please help us spread the word by reblogging this post. Thanks!
Today is World Contraception Day! It’s time to empower youth to make informed choices about their sexual health. Let’s celebrate and educate.
What’s your preferred method of birth control? We asked Planned Parenthood Staff which is their favorite and now we’re asking all of you! Use the hashtag #mybodymybc.
It’s National Voter Registration Day! Did you just turn 18? Have you moved to a new address? It’s time to update your voter registration. Don’t miss out on the chance to stand up for issues you care about. Your vote counts.
¡Hoy es el Día Nacional del Registro de Electores! Si tienes 18 años y no te has inscrito, ¡házlo ya! También recuerda que si te mudaste y tienes nueva dirección, es necesario que actualices tu información. No pierdas la oportunidad de participar en los temas que te importan. ¡Tu voto cuenta!
So, click on the link. Let’s revisit this post about female condoms and talk about it. Also, learn more about Global Female Condom Day.
It’s #HispanicHeritageMonth! We are proud to offer affordable, accessible health care to all: no matter who you are or where you are from.
¡Hoy comienza el #MesDeLaHispanidad! Estamos orgullosos de ofrecer servicios de salud económicos y accesibles para todos, no importa quién seas o de dónde vienes.
Join the Planned Parenthood SEXPERTS and your friends for dinner, fun, and honest discussions about sexual health. Learn how to deal with issues facing you and your peers, how to talk to your friends, parents, and partners about sex, and how to protect yourself.
Attend all four days and you get an awesome swag bag and most Planned Parenthood services FREE for a year.
Birth control is basic preventive health care for women. In fact, 99% of sexually active women have used birth control at some point in their lives, for a whole host of health care reasons.
#plannedparenthoodis 3,724,558 visits for birth control.
The Supreme Court just ruled that bosses can deny employees coverage of birth control. This is a major FAIL for American women and their families. Bosses of private, for-profit businesses should not be able to interfere in women’s health decisions. The decision to use birth control is between a woman and her doctor, not her boss.
This isn’t over. We’re not going to let a handful of extreme bosses & politicians turn back the clock—we’re moving forward, not backward.
Learn more: http://huff.to/1x5d6eS