Going to Planned Parenthood for reproductive health care is a choice that everyone can make. Read this article to see a map of how a Planned Parenthood patient chooses her health care, and the government reimburses for it.
Since the election, Planned Parenthood has received an incredible outpouring of support. We’ve been contacted by many people who are looking to stand together for women’s rights, human rights, and justice for all.
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It’s that time of year again: You’re getting ready for the holidays and trying to find personalized, thoughtful gifts for all those special people in your life.
I can hardly believe that now, in 2016, there are many people in our country who want to turn back the clock and force women to make life-risking choices.
The results of the Presidential Election may bring renewed attacks on a person’s access to abortion and reproductive healthcare in this country.
After the recent election, some people may be wondering if we are going to stay open. The answer is yes!
There’s a lot to celebrate around birth control: The ability to plan, prevent, and space pregnancies is directly linked to more educational and economic opportunities, healthier babies, more stable families, and a reduced taxpayer burden.
The number of STI cases — chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis — is at a 20-year high in California. Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest is encouraging all those who are sexually active to make sure to use barrier methods.
October is Let’s Talk month. Here are seven tips to make conversations about sex (and love, friendship, pubic hair, boundaries, and other important topics) as painless and effective as possible.
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