RaisingHerVoice.org: Sexual Assault Survivors Speak Out
RaisingHerVoice.org provides a safe space for survivors of sexual assault to share their experiences with emergency contraception (EC or the "morning-after pill"). The website aims to raise awareness about the important role of EC during a time of crisis. Please note that some of the material on this website may bring up unexpected feelings for survivors of sexual assault.
RaisingHerVoice featured at Pennsylvania V-Day Events!
Colleges and universities around Pennsylvania will feature RaisingHerVoice.org materials at their Vagina Monologue campaigns this month. Check out the V-Day event nearest you to get involved.
Boston Legal Depicts Critical Role of EC after Rape
To use this episode to educate others about the important role of EC after sexual assault, host a Boston Legal Viewing Party. We now have DVD copies for you to borrow for your event!
Emergency Contraceptive Plan B is Now Available Without a Prescription!
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved emergency contraceptive Plan B for over-the-counter status to individuals age 18 and older. Younger women age 17 and under still require a prescription in order to purchase the medication. Read more.
What is Emergency Contraception?