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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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Birth Control

Birth control is about equality for women. Using birth control lets women plan when and whether to have a family. In fact, 98 percent of women use birth control at some point in their lives.

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Share This on Choice in the States

Check out and share our infographic on choice-related laws in the states.

Support the Women's Health Protection Act

Call on your members of Congress to cosponsor this bill and keep politicians out of our private decisions about pregnancy.

Featured Efforts

Exposing Anti-Choice Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Anti-choice CPCs mislead and manipulate people facing unintended pregnancies. Learn More »

Supreme Court Cases on Birth-Control Coverage

On March 25, the Supreme Court will hear cases from Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood, two for-profit companies. These bosses don’t agree with birth control, so they want to take away their employees’ birth-control coverage. Learn More »

Stories

Danielle, 24

I was lucky enough that my mom was able to set her political and religious beliefs aside in order to protect me from the many struggles that I would have faced caused by failed birth control.

Gina, VA

I hear all the time about the stereotype of what type of girl/woman have abortions. Sleeping around, not using birth control, etc. I am here to tell you that their wrong!

The Problem

Many anti-choice activists oppose birth control just as much as they oppose abortion.

  • They work to block women's access to birth control at pharmacies and hospitals.
  • They lie about birth control to perpetuate a myth that it causes an abortion. Birth control is not abortion.

Our Solution

There are many ways to make sure that women get the birth control they need. Better access means fewer unintended pregnancies.


News & Updates

7 in 10 for Birth Control Coverage

A new poll finds 69% of Americans favor insurance coverage for birth control without a copay. Bosses like Hobby Lobby that want to take away coverage are out of touch.

Interconnected Issues

The situation in Texas is demonstrating how reproductive freedom, economic issues, immigration, and many other issues are intertwined.


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