Megan Thee Stallion Honored With Catalyst of Change Award by Planned Parenthood

"Megan has used her global platform to draw attention to the organization’s mission and work," Planned Parenthood said in a statement.

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Megan The Stallion's efforts for women's empowerment have paid off.

In New York City on Tuesday night, the Houston Hottie was honored with the Catalyst for Change Award during Planned Parenthood’s Spring Into Action gala. “An outspoken advocate for women’s rights and Planned Parenthood, Megan has used her global platform to draw attention to the organization’s mission and work,” Planned Parenthood said about the "Hiss" rapper in a statement.

In April 2022, Megan released Traumazine single "Plan B," where she alludes to women's contraceptives in hard-spitting verses. Following the song's release, Megan also dropped a t-shirt emblazoned with "Plan B" lyric "ladies love yourself," with proceeds going to Planned Parenthood's #BansOffOurBodies campaign, per Click 2 Houston.

“The court has failed us all — but we won’t back down,” Megan wrote in an Instagram post, regarding the overturn of Roe vs. Wade at the time. “I’m going to keep fighting because everyone deserves access to the care they need.”

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@Megan Thee Stallion receives the Catalyst of Change Award at the 2024 @Planned Parenthood Gala

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During her acceptance speech at last night's gala, Megan shared that she has no plans to stop her work in women's advocacy.

"We need to create communities where women can receive sexual and reproductive health care with the love, respect and compassion that they deserve," she said. "I promise to continue to do my part and use my platform to break down barriers and empower women all around the world!"

Thank you @PPFA for honoring me last night! I met so many amazing women💙

— TINA SNOW (@theestallion) April 17, 2024
Twitter: @theestallion

Megan might be sweeping up more awards throughout the next few weeks in preparation for her Hot Girl Summer Tour with supporting act GloRilla, which begins next month.

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