On Transgender Day of Visibility, we aim to celebrate and elevate the work that has happened across the country over the last few years to make gender-affirming care more accessible than ever before.
Today is International Women’s Day, an opportunity for us to pause and take a moment to reflect on and celebrate the way women are present in our lives and create joy, power, and opportunity for those around them. Here are a few ways we’re celebrating women today.
Throughout U.S. history, Black women have nurtured families, organized communities, led social movements, and innovated their respective fields, leading to the vibrant world we live in today.
This week is National Condom Week, and we’re excited to celebrate the impact that condoms have had on shaping sexual and reproductive health care.
For more than twenty years, this day has served as an important and solemn tradition, as many of the systemic causes of violence toward our trans siblings have yet to be addressed or eradicated.
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