November 11, 2016
There’s been much circulation about life under a Trump presidency, following his unpredictable victory last Tuesday. One piece of knowledge I kept hearing from women around me was to get an IUD. Immediately. Before Trump/Pence and a Republican Congress could overturn aspects of the Affordable Care Act, before access to reproductive healthcare could become blocked. So, amid the advice to get a form of birth control that would outlast a presidential term, I decided to take a look at the state of contraception in the United States now.