Category Archives: news you can use

How to follow the election results tonight.

It’s election day! and we hope you voted. If not, you still have TWO hours left. Quick! Read up on your candidates, find your polling place, study up on NYC’s new voting machines, and GO VOTE! If you’re like the rest of us, however, you’ve already voted, and are now anxiously awaiting the results. And […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here’s what’s been happening: We helped introduce legislation regulating CPCs in NYC! The NY Times covered it. As did the Wall Street Journal, Free Republic, UPI , RH Reality Check, Jezebel, NY Magazine, NY1, NBC, The Frisky, and Newser (more coming!). Last week’s article in the Staten Island advance about PPNYC beginning to offer services […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here are a few of the stories we’ve been paying attention to: Our own Dana Czuczka was on the CBS Channel 2 evening news tonight talking about a new study showing teens are more likely to use condoms than adults. The Staten Island Advance covered our first day of providing services out on Staten Island. […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Here are a few of the news stories we’ve been paying attention to this week: Fantastic piece in the Staten Island Advance about Planned Parenthood of New York City beginning to offer services there. NY1 also covered the expansion. Feministing did a trivia giveaway for the National Sex Ed Week of Action. As did Feministe. […]

We’re Coming to Staten Island!

Great News New Yorkers! For the first time ever, Planned Parenthood of New York City will be providing services in Staten Island! Starting this Monday, we’ll be partnering with the fantastic non-profit Community Health Action Staten Island, and be providing basic reproductive health care. We’re very excited about this — Staten Island has been traditionally […]

Women and Girls: Get Free HIV Tests on March 8!

For National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, PPNYC’s Bronx Center is offering free HIV/AIDS tests to women and girls from 9am to 4pm on Monday, March 8 (as long as supplies last). No appointment needed. So come on in!

Do you know who you’re voting for tomorrow?

Hi NYC residents!You may or may not have heard, but New York City is having elections tomorrow, September 15. Candidates are running for Mayor, City Council, Comptroller, District Attorney, Borough President and more. Do you know who you’re voting for? The elections, especially the City Council elections, actually have a big impact on reproductive rights […]

Health Care Reform Myths

Unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you might have noticed this little thing called health care reform being debated in Congress, talked about by our President, and covered by every major and minor news outlet imaginable. When there are so many crazy town hall protests, or conservatives claiming that Obama wants a mandatory […]

Did you win our raffle last night?

Hi everyone! Thank you so much to all those who made it out last night — the event was so much fun! It was completely packed — a lot of the rooms were almost too full to walk in — and the exhibits were, to say the least, captivating. In fact, Samantha Henig over at […]

What you should have read, but might have missed, last week.

Have you seen all of the great coverage for our Summer, Sex and Spirits event this week? It’s featured in: Time Out New York; Flavorpill; Feministe; The Daily Gotham; Going.com; And the great Repro Health Happy Hour Blog. If you haven’t yet, you’d better get your tickets today! If you get them before Thursday you’ll […]