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Unlocked

Writer/director Joss Whedon has teamed up with Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and Planned Parenthood Los Angeles on the production of a short film. Continue reading Unlocked

Movie Night In!

Hey Gals, Pals, and Everyone In-Between,

If you’re anything like me, you love a nice night curled up in front of a movie. Continue reading Movie Night In!

Top 20 Moments for Women in 2014

Women had a lot to be proud of this year. From Malala Yousafzai winning the Nobel Peace Prize to the first female coach hired in the NBA, 2014 was a groundbreaking year for women. A recent article published in Cosmopolitan highlights some of 2014’s most impressive moments and the women who made them possible.

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The Girl Can’t Help It. The Unstoppable Lena Dunham.

Turns out, men and women who serve patients at Planned Parenthood are her real-life heroes. 

There’s so much to love about Lena Dunham, it’s tough to know where to start. The creator of the hit series “Girls” is a tireless champion for women. We really admire how she uses her platform to advocate for Planned Parenthood. Turns out, she thinks we’re pretty cool too.

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More Magical Than Harry Potter

As actor Emma Watson spoke at the United Nations, she proved herself to be even more powerful than the brainy Hermione Granger she played in the Harry Potter films. Her speech, launching the UN HeForShe campaign, clarified that feminism is simply the belief in gender equality. She eloquently explained how discrimination against women hurts both women and men, and issued an invitation for men to join the movement to advocate for gender equality that benefits their mothers, sisters, daughters—and themselves.

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