How Has the Pill Made a Difference in Our Lives?

Gloria Steinem and Hilary Swank have a lot to say about empowerment and the 50th Anniversary of the Pill. Check out the videos

Sexual Health

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Pill, five accomplished and influential women came together to reflect on the remarkable achievements of women since the introduction of the first birth control pill in 1960. During this intimate conversation, Academy Award winner Hilary Swank; feminist and journalist Gloria Steinem; historian and author Elaine Tyler May; founder and owner of Dermalogica Jane Wurwand; and notable professor and ObGyn Diana Ramos, MD, shared their unique insights about this medical and cultural landmark.


Personal stories of empowerment
Ever wanted to know what made Hilary Swank so strong or how Gloria Steinem changed the world for women? Watch the video now.
Women in the Workplace
How has birth control changed women in the workforce? Watch the video now.
The Rise of Women's Healthcare
Pill? IUD? Patches? See our expert giving an overview of contraceptives over the last 50 years. Watch the video now.
What's Next for Women?
What do Hilary Swank and Gloria Steinem think lay ahead for women over the next 50 years? Watch the video now.
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