A chapter of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) has decided to partner with the abortion and contraception giant Planned Parenthood by hosting a pre-game rally and donating a portion of the game’s ticket sales to the organization.  “Access to affordable, quality health care, including a full range of reproductive care, is a critical precondition for anyone — especially girls and women, to pursue their dreams and grow into their best selves,” Seattle

Storm Co-owner Dawn Trudeau of Force 10 Hoops said in a press release. “The essential services provided by Planned Parenthood make the organization a natural ally and partner for the Storm.” Force 10 Hoops has organized a “Stand with Planned Parenthood” rally on July 18, which will take place prior to the Storms’ game against the Chicago Sky at the KeyArena West Plaza. $5 of every ticket sold for the Chicago Sky game will be donated to Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands.  READ MORE