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What’s up? What’s happening? What’s interesting? Noteworthy? Newsworthy? Important? Helpful? In other words, what’s new in the worlds of birth control, pregnancy and STDs? Find it all here, plus lots of other stuff, too.

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The Story Behind Beforeplay.org and its Sex-Positive Meme Campaign

Westword.com | May 8, 2014

By Bree Davis You may have seen Beforeplay.org’s billboards around the city or memes (like the one above) floating around Facebook. Part of an ongoing campaign advocating safe sex and sex positivity,… Read more »

The Denver Egotist: “Just Talk About Sex” with the help of some Memes

The Denver Egotist | Apr 23, 2014

Beforeplay.org is the hub for Colorado’s statewide effort to reduce unintended pregnancy and to help “normalize” the conversation around sexual health. This Meme campaign, designed by Vermilion, provides an easy conversation starter so… Read more »

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Let’s Talk About Sex-The Importance of How to Play it Safe!

July 23, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Community College of Denver, Denver, CO

Mens health meeting on campus to discuss Beforeplay.org resources and sexual health. Come join us at the Community College of Denver: Confluence building room 109.  

Film on the Rocks – Pitch Perfect

July 29, 8:00 PM
Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison, Colorado

Two outreach events at Film on the Rocks?! We can’t help it – beforeplayers just love Pitch Perfect! Let’s go back to Red Rocks for even more conversation with moviegoers… Read more »

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More Chances to Get Yourself Covered (and we mean health insurance, this time)

Jul 18, 2014

So there was that big flurry of activity in the spring to help people get enrolled in a health plan so they’d be covered for preventive services and more.  That… Read more »

Decoding the Drop: Colorado’s Declining Birth Rate Leads the Way to Fewer Unintended Pregnancies

Jul 16, 2014

The day has come. The stats are tracked. The good news is here: birth rates for women 24 and under in Colorado has dropped rapidly and dramatically in recent years…. Read more »