Bumble Joins Don’t Ban Equality’s Campaign to Advocate For Better Reproductive Health Care Policies in U.S. Businesses

For years, Bumble has advocated for protecting and advancing access to reproductive health care. We’ve continually fought for reproductive rights, becoming the first business to sign on to an amicus brief in Zurawski v. State of Texas, and our founder Whitney Wolfe Herd pressing companies to speak out on abortion access.

Abortion access is every business’s business, and that’s why we’re proud to be part of Don’t Ban Equality. This is a coalition of over 1,000 U.S. companies making the case that restrictive public policies on reproductive health care negatively affect business. As part of our work with this cohort, we’ve joined 20 other prominent organizations from a range of industries in Don’t Ban Equality’s latest campaign to call for better reproductive public policies. 

Bumble has signed the coalition’s upcoming billboard in New York City to show our ongoing commitment to this crucial effort. The billboard will feature just north of Times Square at the southeast corner of 54th street and Broadway on March 20th.

Abortion is health care, and healthcare is a human right. We will continue to speak up until reproductive rights are available to all, and we encourage our industry peers to fight for the same.