Julie Sunday is a sex educator in Austin, Texas whose work empowers college students to make healthy sexual choices that are right for them. She earned her Master of Public Health in Sexuality and Health from the Mailman School at Columbia University. She writes the blog How to Have Sex in Texas which keeps tabs on the many ways in which the state endeavors to make sex less fun for everyone.
The Texas House passed an amendment requiring a university that has a “gender and sexuality center” to equally fund a center that teaches, ahem, “traditional values.”
Heroic Media provides no services–the phone number you call if you are actually Pregnant? and Scared? redirects to Option Line’s crisis pregnancy center pushing hotline.
The important thing, ladies, is that social justice begins in the womb–and ends as soon as you come out of it.
One hundred and twenty girls in the Midland, TX school district–including one as young as twelve (!)–are in the family way so far this school year.
Austin, Texas, now has its own racist anti-choice campaign, complete with billboards with black children and a website, with videos, claiming that Planned Parenthood is targeting African Americans.
A Texas PSA promises that wearing pants is “the only 100% guarantee to avoid the unwanted side effects of sex.”