NOT HOO HAH, NOT CHA CHA.
JUST. SAY. VAGINA.
THE “V-WORD” IS VAGINA.
When we talk about reproductive health using PG-13 language, we’re apologizing. That makes it harder for us to say what we mean, and ultimately, harder to get what we may want out of our birth control.
We're here to demand more. So we'll start by saying vagina.
"Women are conditioned to say sorry. It's time to break that unconscious habit and just say it. VA.GI.NA."
Whitney Cummings used to say sorry. A lot. But now, she’s reformed and empowering women to ditch the v-word.
And she’s not just talking, unapologetically. Whitney switched to ANNOVERA, the first annual (13 cycles), comfortable, controllable birth control ring. Yes, it lasts a whole year. Yes, there are no invasive procedures. Yes, it puts you in control, because you put it in your vagina (for 21 days), and you pull it out of your vagina (for 7 days) each cycle. Imagine that.
ANNOVERA was the right choice for Whitney. Ask your healthcare provider if ANNOVERA is the right choice for you.
30X more than men when
talking about birth control.
When we apologize, we may end up with birth control that is not the right choice for us, which can have its consequences.
of unintended pregnancies are due to inconsistent use of contraceptives
of women who have used contraception have discontinued using a contraceptive method