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Join the Movement!

Despite nearly universal support for birth control, more than 19 million low-income women live in counties where they lack reasonable access to birth control. We are working towards a world where everyone has the information, access, and opportunity to love their birth control. Help start the conversation with your friends, your community, and decision makers. Here are just a few ways for you to get involved.

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When one person's power to decide her reproductive future is threatened, the consequences can be devastating to us and to future generations. Watch The Fight Movie now to see just how the heroic ACLU lawyers work to protect our freedoms. A portion of ticket sales will support all our work to protect reproductive well-being for all.

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Are you registered?

Tuesday, November 3, 2020, is Election Day and we need everyone registered and ready to vote.

What's at stake?

Are you thankful for your birth control?

We want to show the world why birth control matters and we need passionate, amazing people like you to make it happen. Help us shout across all our favorite social media channels (using the hashtag #ThxBirthControl) all year long.

Shout With Us

Contraception is basic health care. Period.

The Supreme Court's decision in Trump v Pennsylvania allows employers to choose not to cover some or all methods of birth control. This decision will result in some women not being able to access this basic health care. The Protect Access to Birth Control Act will block the Trump Administration rules allowing employers to not cover birth control from being implemented. Please act now by urging your members of Congress to immediately pass the Protect Access to Birth Control Act.

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Everyone should have the power to decide what their future holds. Give today to join the movement to stand up for what’s right. Just $5 gives a month of birth control pills to a person who needs it and only $50 gives a a year's worth of birth control pills.