Programs and Events

Men for Choice

It’s time for Men For Choice! Our male board members are helping us throw fundraising happy hours in Dallas, Houston AND Austin this spring. But Men For Choice isn’t just an event for men – all are welcome and all are appreciated.

That’s because – when it comes to the movement for reproductive freedom, we’re in this together. We’re pro-choice Texans of all backgrounds, identities, genders and perspectives. Our differences are a source of strength as we fight back together, making our shared vision all the more powerful.

Join us!

Men For Choice

Men For Choice Dallas – To be announced!
Austin Men for Choice – Wednesday, May 25, 2016 | Tickets and information
Men For Choice Houston – Saturday, May 21, 2016 | Tickets and information

Each Men For Choice event directly supports the critical lobbying and advocacy work NARAL Pro-Choice Texas is doing right now to protect reproductive rights. We hope to see you at an event near you soon!

Texans for Access

We’ve launched a new storytelling project, Texans for Access, to let the world know that Texans support access to abortion and support each other’s decision to have an abortion. Watch Wendy Davis tell her story below and check out other stories of support and people’s experience with having an abortion.

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Want to see TRAPPED? Here are all of the screening dates and locations in Texas.

By on March 22, 2016

Consistently rated as one of the best documentaries to come out this year, Trapped  sets aside abortion stigma and shows viewers how abortion providers truly are: brave, compassionate medical professionals who bring abortion care to communities that need it most, often in the face of state legislatures and lawmakers that want to see them shut down.

Trapped has started screening across Texas this month. Here are all of the dates and locations where you can go see it:

San Antonio
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Wednesday, March 30 at 6:30 PM
Organized by NOW (National Organization for Women) and Medical Students for Choice
Tickets and RSVP

Hilton University of Houston Hotel and Conference Center
Tuesday, April 5 at 6:00 PM
Organized by NARAL Pro-Choice Texas and UH WGRC
A panel after the film will include Ana Rodriguez from The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, reproductive justice activist Eesha Pandit, and Director of Marketing and PR for Whole Woman’s Health Fatimah Gifford.
Tickets and RSVP

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
Tuesday, April 12 at 6:00 PM
Organized by NARAL Pro-Choice Texas and The Lilith Fund
A panel after the film will include Marva Sadler of Whole Woman’s Health (also featured in the film), Ana Rodriguez of Lilith Fund, and a representative of Bridge Collective.
Tickets and RSVP

El Paso
UTEP Union Cinema
Saturday, April 23 at 6:30 PM
Organized by West Fund and URGE
The screening will feature a panel afterwards of activists and clinic staff who will discuss the film and the impact of TRAP laws, including HB2, on the people of Texas.
Tickets and RSVP

Cine El Ray
Thursday, April 28 at 6 PM
Organized by Feministxs Unidxs, The Progressive Young Democrats at UTRGV, UTRGV’s Texas Freedom Network, and UTRGV’s URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity
Tickets and RSVP

Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
Tuesday, May 3 at 7:00 PM
Organized by The Lilith Fund and Fund Texas Choice
A panel discussion will happen before the film screens.
Tickets and RSVP

More dates will be added in the coming weeks! Did we miss a screening date? Send us an email at [email protected].

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Shockingly, the Legislature invited actual scientists and doctors to a hearing about fetal tissue

By on April 29, 2016

You’re not going to believe what happened at the Texas State Capitol this week. The House State Affairs Committee held a hearing on fetal tissue research and invited actual doctors and researchers from public universities to testify – people who


To most people, the RG​V is a symbol of the tragedy of this law. To me, it’s home.

By on February 22, 2016

This is a guest post from Melissa Aronja.   The day Whole Woman’s Health closed in McAllen, Texas was a sobering experience. It was March 2014, and no one at the time knew if the Rio Grande Valley would ever have

Mary Drummer

I want to go to D.C. as SCOTUS decides the fate of Texas abortion clinics, but I need your help.

By on February 17, 2016

This is a guest post from Mary Drummer. I remember staying up ’til the early hours of the morning riveted to my computer screen and Twitter, catching the live Tweets and streams from activists who were in the Texas Capitol

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The Texas Legislature has scheduled another meeting about fetal tissue

By on February 11, 2016

On Wednesday, the House State Affairs Committee scheduled a public hearing for April 28, and the top of the agenda includes the discussion of fetal tissue and its research: “Study the policies used by research and medical entities to adhere to the

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“Will you help me take my fight for reproductive freedom to our nation’s capital?”

By on February 8, 2016

This is a guest post from Samantha Romero.  When I discovered I was pregnant, I was in a loving relationship and had recently graduated from college, but I knew I wasn’t ready to be a mother. I was not in

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Gold Foil “Big F, Little F” tattoos by Eythink

By on March 29, 2016

NARAL Pro-Choice Texas has teamed up with Eythink to bring you limited edition gold foil flash tattoos of her “Big F, Little F” design. Fill out the form below to get yours!

Chelsea Paquette

“I’m not done fighting back against HB 2.”

By on February 1, 2016

This is a guest post from Chelsea Paquette.  2013 was a remarkable year for me. I started the year off feeling generally uninspired and burned out in my career. I was also unhappy socially and was exhausted by my chronic love-hate


Anti-choicers don’t know what to do when something doesn’t go their way

By on January 28, 2016

Monday was a huge win for Planned Parenthood and for reproductive freedom. We finally saw justice when David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt – heads of the Center for Medical Progress and orchestrators of the undercover and heavily edited videos recorded


I need your help to get activists like me to our nation’s capital.

By on January 27, 2016

I have always been firmly pro-choice, but I have to admit, I was unaware of how much power our state legislature has to restrict and essentially deny access to abortion, even though it is a right the U.S. Supreme Court