Tag Archives: Pro-choice

What Roe Means to Louisa

In honor of the 38th anniversary of Roe V. Wade, we’re sharing stories from our supporters of what Roe has meant to them. Want to share your story? Leave it in the comments below or email us. You can read the whole series here. “I first heard about Roe V. Wade in middle school history […]

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 are a few of the news stories we’ve been following: Parenting blog Bronx Mama wrote about our We’re Going to the Principal’s Office campaign. The New York Observer covered the PPNYC Action Fund’s event last week. Photos from the event can be found here. The NY Times has a big piece up about those […]

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

Here’s what we’ve been following: A lot of blogs and news sites have been picking up Planned Parenthood’s Superbowl Response Ad, including Slate’s XX blog, RH Reality Check, Jezebel, local news site DNAinfo, Feministe, Salon’s blog Broadsheet, the blog Feministing, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show, and The New York Times. Local paper The Villager did a […]

Nothing to wear on Halloween? Go as one of these pro-choice costumes!

If you’re anything like me, you still don’t have your Halloween costume down. What with all the atrocious costumes out there, we here at PPNYC asked some of our favorite writers for their pro-choice Halloween costume ideas. Check out the list below, or add your own in your comments. And if you end up going […]

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 […]

What are you doing Thursday night?

Hopefully, you’ve answered ‘Going to see Words of Choice at Judson Memorial Church.’ For those of you who’ve never seen the theater performance before it’s a powerful experience — described as the “Vagina Monologues” only for reproductive rights. The theater performance tells a dozen stories of women (and men) as they navigate their sexuual and […]