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When shame, stigma, legal or financial barriers put sexual and reproductive healthcare out of reach for so many Texans, it becomes an act of empowerment to make a wellness exam appointment. You show up, put on the gown, and put your clothes on the chair. In that moment, you want to know your providers will listen, provide high-quality healthcare, and not care if you hide your underwear in that chair (we really don’t). Trusted for nearly 90 years to provide sexual and reproductive healthcare for Texans AND advocate for your rights to get it: Planned Parenthood is here for you.

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We invite you to join us and #ShareYourChair!

"We’ve all been there… Clothes folded up in the chair at your doctor’s office, hiding the undies in your purse. Many of us find intimate health appointments to be unpleasant and, honestly, pretty mysterious. You should never feel judged or uncomfortable when speaking with your medical provider. Everyone who’s been to an intimate healthcare appointment shares a similar experience, so snap a pic of your clothing stack at your next wellness exam with the hashtag #ShareYourChair and see that we’re not alone in this! 🪑👙🧥" - Karis of @karisrenee 💙🪑

Amanda shares the importance of feeling seen and heard at reproductive health appointments and encourages you to join the movement by sharing your chair!

"To learn more, or make an appointment with one of our highly qualified clinicians, visit ppgreatertx.org/shareyourchair!" - Amanda of @seqinsandsales 💙✨



"This month I’m sharing my chair from my wellness exam in partnership with @ppgreatertx . I’ve been to wellness exams in the past where I felt like I wasn’t heard or seen, and my concerns were swept under the rug. But that’s not the case at Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas! They offer empathetic care, educated clinicians, and a judgement free zone. Be sure to call 1-800-230-PLAN or visit their website at ppgreatertx.org/shareyourchair to schedule your wellness visit today and #shareyourchair" - Candace of @rodgerthat87 🪑💙

"Taking a seat in empowerment this Women’s History Month! 🎶 As an opera singer and advocate, I’ve experienced firsthand the importance of feeling comfortable in my own skin, especially when it comes to healthcare. 

With Planned Parenthood’s #ShareYourChair campaign, I’m raising my voice to remind all women that every chair you sit on should be a throne of comfort, support, and empowerment—a space where we can feel safe, respected, and celebrated during our wellness check-ups."

- Madelyn of @madelynbrene 🪑👛🎶

"I know I’m not the only one that has experienced rude clinicians who seem not to care, rough handling during and exam, or just feeling judged. I remember one time my clinician was so rude during an exam that I legit didn’t want to ask any questions or have a conversation because I didn’t feel like I could. 

And I know we have all experienced hiding your undergarments during an appointment to avoid embarrassment (if you know you know)! #shareyourchair feel free to comment below if you can relate 🤍"  - Beverly of @curlybeviie 💙🪑


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