Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

United States


Pay-for-Performance: Making It Work for Safety-Net Family Planning Centers and the Clients They Serve   Also in PDF
Adam Sonfield, Guttmacher Policy Review, June 2014

The State of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights In the State of Texas: A Cautionary Tale   Also in PDF
Kinsey Hasstedt, Guttmacher Policy Review, June 2014

U.S. Abortion Rate Continues to Decline While Debate over Means to the End Escalates   Also in PDF
Joerg Dreweke, Guttmacher Policy Review, June 2014



Secondary Measures of Access to Abortion Services in the United States, 2011 and 2012: Gestational Age Limits, Cost, and Harassment (PDF)
Jenna Jerman and Rachel K. Jones, Women's Health Issues, Volume 24, Issue 4, July 2014

Trends in Ages at Key Reproductive Transitions in the United States, 1951-2010 (PDF)
Lawrence B. Finer and Jesse M. Philbin, Women's Health Issues, Volume 24, Issue 2, May 2014

Pull and pray or extra protection? Contraceptive strategies involving withdrawal among US adult women (PDF)
Rachel K. Jones, Laura D. Lindberg and Jenny A. Higgins, Contraception, April 2014



Contraceptive Needs and Services, August 2014

U.S. Teenage Pregnancies, Births and Abortions, 2010: National and State Trends by Age, Race and Ethnicity (PDF)
Kathryn Kost and Stanley Henshaw, June 2014

Moving Forward: Family Planning in the Era of Health Reform (PDF)
Adam Sonfield, Kinsey Hasstedt, Rachel Benson Gold, March 2014



Between 2000-2012, the number of women in need of publicly funded contraceptive services and supplies increased by 22%, to 20 million, Infographic, August 2014

Claim that most abortion clinics are located in Black or Hispanic neighborhoods is false, Infographic, June 2014

The typical American man experiences a 13-year gap, Infographic, June 2014