We are committed to ensuring access to medically accurate, age-appropriate, culturally competent sex and sexuality education, as well as comprehensive reproductive healthcare, including prenatal care, postnatal care, contraception, abortion services, and alternative reproductive technologies for women and men, free from coercion, discrimination and violence.
We seek active involvement from our members with diverse backgrounds and experiences who are interested in advancing reproductive justice in their local communities and throughout the world.
We strive for a diverse advocacy network with regard to race, sex, ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, religion, sexual orientation, disability, socioeconomic status, age, gender identity, marital status, and political affiliation.
We believe that successful movements for reproductive rights, both in the United States and internationally, include the priorities and concerns of poor and marginalized communities. We urge our members to ensure that our advocacy reflects the needs, concerns, and priorities of marginalized groups.