I've been to Planned Parenthood a few times. I remember my first time really well: When I started having intercourse, the condom broke. I freaked out. I thought, "OMG, I don't want to have a baby." I went to Planned Parenthood and they gave me Plan B. They taught me how to use it and what I needed to do to use it effectively. They reassured me that I wouldn't get pregnant if I followed the instructions. The staff were very understanding and non-judgmental. They made me feel comfortable. It was my first encounter with an agency like that -- period. They let me know that this wasn't the end of the world. They recommended different types of birth control for me. It was a really good experience. It was like a big sister moment, not a why would you do that moment. They helped calm me down and let me know what I could do to prevent this from happening in the future. It was my decision to use it or not to use it. Planned Parenthood is beneficial for all women - especially women who are young, and may be experiencing poverty. It gives women access to contraception and preventive services. It gives a real choice to women. It also helps that the staff are all women. When you're OB-GYN is a man, it's harder to talk about those same kind of concerns.