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‘How to Hack Birth Control’ Virtual Screening Fundraiser For Women’s Rights


We must mobilize and defend our reproductive rights. Join us on October 1st, 2021 for a virtual screening of the comedy series How to Hack Birth Control & fundraiser as part of Women’s Action Weekend.


This virtual celebration of women and birth control will feature all three ten-minute episodes from the hit comedy series How to Hack Birth Control, exclusive content from NARAL (Pro Choice America,) SheNYC & Truth Be Told and reflections on women’s rights in America today. Following the event will be a live online Q&A session with the series Writer/Director Sassy Mohen, Actors Xanthe Paige, Lauren Harris & Aisha Holden.


Whether people are pro-choice or pro-life, How to Hack Birth-Control series is about educating people so they may not have to make that choice. We’ve partnered with NARAL, SheNYC & Truth Be Told to bring awareness and action to defend a women’s basic right to her own body. These groups focus their efforts on a variety of causes and issues which benefit women and girls in America.


Screening Info:

Friday, October 1st at 5PM PST/8PM PST


Tickets for the screening can be purchased for $10 per person (processing fee included)

Tickets for the screening and Q&A can be purchased for $15 (processing fee included)

Ticket proceeds are going to NARAL, Truth Be Told & SheNYC



Virtual Screening and Q&A  | $15



Virtual Screening | $10

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‘How to Hack Birth Control’ is a comedy digital series on how to navigate and take charge in today’s contraception universe. Told through the sharp wit and perky charm of the narrator Ruth, Birth Control takes a run at a hit list of ‘not supposed to talk about,’ scenarios. How do you get the morning after pill quickly and for free? Where can you hide your birth control? How do you get your doctor to listen to you? All of the things women want to know but are taught to be too afraid to ask.  Filled with backpack cats, patriotic American eagles, musical numbers and the game show, ‘Let’s Not Make a Baby,’  each memorable contraceptive milestone is a riotous new discovery. Authentically raw and LOL fun, ‘How to Hack Birth Control,’ will make you wonder what else sex-ed never told you.


For over 50 years, NARAL Pro-Choice America has fought to protect and advance reproductive freedom at the federal and state levels — including access to abortion care, birth control, paid family leave, and protections from pregnancy discrimination — for every body. NARAL is powered by its more than 2.5 million members from every state and congressional district in the country, representing the 8 in 10 Americans who support safe, legal abortion. NARAL's member-driven campaigns propel political and cultural change at every level, from the statehouse to the White House. Learn More:


SheNYC Arts is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization devoted to producing full-length plays, musicals, and adaptations by writers of marginalized genders, to prove that these works are meaningful, necessary, and commercially viable. SheNYC produces Summer Theater Festivals in New York City, Los Angeles (SheLA Arts), and Atlanta (SheATL Arts) annually, as well as CreateHER, a semester-long program for high school students interested in careers as playwrights and producers. SheNYC also sponsors the Broadway Women’s Alliance, a networking organization to form a community amongst the women who work on the business side of Broadway. Through additional educational and community engagement programs, SheNYC aims to make the theater industry a better place for all people. Learn more at


Truth Be Told is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit service organization providing transformational tools of community building, communication skills, creativity and self-care for women behind and beyond prison walls. Our programs, designed by women for women, address a documented service gap in women’s correctional facilities for gender-responsive programs and practices.  We offer eight unique programs — all of which encourage compassion, trust-building, community, empathy, self-acceptance and forgiveness, and a greater sense of accountability for one’s life. Learn More:

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