To: The United States House of Representatives and The United States Senate

Tell Congress: "I support birth control and I vote."

I support birth control and I vote.

Why is this important?

Unbelievable. The Supreme Court just sided with right-wing ideologues and gutted women’s right to birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

That means that at certain private corporations, decisions about women's health are left up to their bosses. We need to show Congress and politicians in November that women won't stand for this.

Because right now, candidates and party leaders are trying to figure out how to respond, and right-wing politicians are planning more attacks on birth control. Our job is to make clear this simple fact: if you don't support affordable access to birth control, you don't support women--and that will cost you votes. If tens of thousands of us say this with one loud voice, candidates and elected officials will distance themselves from this decision and we'll begin the process to build our majority for birth control and reverse this decision. Take action and sign!


Reasons for signing

  • Free birth control to drug addicts and poor.
  • I am 17 years old and I take birth control because I have very heavy painful periods. It decreases the symptoms and without it I would literally not be able to function. Before I started bc, I was missing school because my period was making it so that I couldn’t get out of bed/the bathroom. It has made my life so much easier and not only would threatening my ability to get birth control under insurance coverage directly violate my right to healthcare but it would indirectly violate my right t...
  • Birthcontrol is important