We’re building a movement to make sure that young people across the state have access to medically-accurate, age-appropriate, comprehensive sexuality education. We know that when they have the information and the tools they need to delay sex and stay safe, young people make healthy choices. That’s why Sex Ed Matters.
A woman should not be harassed or intimidated while seeking reproductive health care. That’s why we helped pass a law in 2007 that created a 35-foot buffer zone around reproductive health care centers that provide abortion in Massachusetts.