No More Fairy Tales Graphic novel

Contraception   |   26 September 2018   |   1 min read



On World Contraception Day 2018, we launched a graphic novel No More Fairy Tales, featuring the stories of four young people from East Africa, West Africa and Asia.

These are four exceptional young people who have been inspired by their own experiences of unintended pregnancy to fight stigma and dispel myths surrounding contraception and sex to help other young people avoid the same fate. No More Fairy Tales highlights the many challenges that millions of adolescents worldwide face in accessing contraception, and how a new generation of young people are saying enough is enough.



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