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It took 41 years for someone to do a 'Schoolhouse Rock' parody about the morning-after pill and it was worth the wait.

It took 41 years for someone to do a 'Schoolhouse Rock' parody about the morning-after pill and it was worth the wait.

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Many people today would not know their times tables or the preamble to the Constitution without the magical melodies of Schoolhouse Rock!, and finally, there's a ditty for sex ed.

The good people at activist/comedy group Lady Parts Justice League used the power of singing, anthropomorphic objects to spread facts about an important, often misunderstood little friend: the Plan B morning-after pill.

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Orange is the New Black's Lea DeLaria brings the morning-after pill to life, using stone cold science refute a drug store cashier's (and Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's) belief that Plan B is the same as an abortion. Actually, no, that is not the case.

"I'm Just a Pill" sings out that Plan B prevents pregnancy, not terminates it.

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