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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.

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

Lady Parts Justice League founder and Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead told the Huffington Post that the group timed the video's release to the first day of Judge Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation hearings.

"In his past rulings, [Gorsuch] has shown he lacks an understanding of basic science, for example, how pregnancy happens or birth control works," Winstead said. "It is imperative that we don't fill our Supreme Court with judges whose working knowledge of the reproductive system is akin to their working knowledge of pagers."

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Here's hoping "I'm Just a Pill" gets stuck in Gorsuch's head, too.