99% of sexually active women in the U.S. will use contraception in their lifetime. Contraception is basic primary health care for everyone.
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LARC: The Basics
Non-Prescription Birth Control Methods
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Our brand-new fact sheet, “Birth Control Across the Gender Spectrum,” is now available on our website and in our store. This patient education tool covers a comprehensive list of birth control options for folks of varied gender experiences, particularly for people taking gender-affirming hormones like testosterone.
On May 22, the Trump administration announced new rules to the Title X program that will severely affect access to contraception and full-spectrum reproductive health care for millions of people. We have a chance right now to publicly comment on these proposed rules and make a difference.
RHAP is looking for a Development Officer and Program Manager to join our team this summer! These are exciting opportunities for enthusiastic, detail-oriented self-starters to support a variety of local and national initiatives.
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The early hours of June 28, 1969, became a turning point for the LGBT community in the streets of New York City’s West Village. What initially began as a raid by the NYPD of the infamous mafia-run bar, Stonewall Inn, became a series of violent protests that lasted for six days. It quickly turned into…
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