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Donate now to protect women’s access to birth control

Anti-choice extremists are committed to restricting access to birth control. Your gift will help us make sure women get the access they need.

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My friend told me that I shouldn’t take the “morning-after” pill because it will cause an abortion. How is something like this available without a prescription?

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Help Rape Survivors Prevent Pregnancy

There's a bill in Congress that would require hospital emergency rooms to offer EC to rape survivors. Help us send a powerful message to Congress that pregnancy prevention for rape survivors should be a priority.

Whoa, hold up. Let's set a few things straight.

The "morning-after" pill is birth control that you can take after sex. It's also called emergency contraception (EC). It doesn't cause an abortion and it won't have any effect if you are already pregnant.

The FDA made it available for sale without a prescription after years of review. It is extremely safe and effective.

If you or any of your friends ever have a birth-control emergency, please consider EC. It's a second chance to prevent unintended pregnancy.

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