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100 years ago, on 10/16/16, Margaret Sanger, Ethel Sanger, and Fania Mindell opened the first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, NY. 

We’ve made incredible gains during our first century. Birth control, once out of reach, is widely available. Abortion, once a crime, is safe and legal. Planned Parenthood, once a single brownstone in Brooklyn, has approximately 650 health centers across the country.

We couldn’t have made it to 100 without the work of our partners in the reproductive health, rights, and justice community. We share our progress and achievements together, and are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder as we work toward the next 100 years of progress. 

And we’re just getting started. We won’t rest until access to health care and rights is a reality for all people. We will build on our proud legacy to launch our second century with as much passion, courage and conviction as our first.


I meant to repost this with changes a while ago, I just remembered.

Anyways, here’s an infographic I made on FFXIV with data from the Eorzean Census and some (idk if its true) info from XIV Soul for my Design Class, I got lazy with the last slide since the teacher decided to give deadlines in the class since people were behind. Ohwell, I like it. 

It’s really long.

See the full infographic here. 

Our Favorite Social Media Facts and Stats: Tumblr 

Social media changes quickly, and it can be hard to keep up with the latest usage information for the top channels. We thought we’d make it easier by rounding up our five favorite nuggets for our four favorite social networks: Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram and Facebook.

First up? Tumblr. Just for you, Tumblr. 


  1. Tumblr is a night owl. 42% of all Tumblr activity takes place between 5pm and 1am ET (Source). Takeaway: Brands should try posting outside of traditional business hours to see how their content performs.
  2. Disney is by far the most popular brand on Tumblr, seeing more overall activity and stronger engagement than any other brand - nearly two times more (Source). Takeaway: Consider a Tumblr presence to join in on the fan conversation that inevitably already exists around your brand.
  3. 50% of Tumblr users have gone out and bought something they’ve seen on their dashboard (Source). Takeaway: Make it easy for your followers to buy the things you show them on their dash. With the ”Buy” button introduced last year, it’s easier than ever.
  4. Saturday and Sunday are the most active days on Tumblr (Source). Takeaway: Have a content plan for the weekends. Pay attention to when the most original content is published (bonus stat: that’s 4pm on Sunday) and see how your content performs posted at or around that time.
  5. Fandom thrives on Tumblr (Source). Takeaway: Movies and television shows should know that their fandoms are on Tumblr, and they are legion. Incorporate fan art (like Teen Wolf) or photos (like Doctor Who) into your content strategy where it makes sense. Make fans feel heard, and appreciated.

Many of these come from Union Metrics research, so feel free to check out our resources page or see how we can help you measure your efforts in each of these places, if you’re eager to see how your after-hours Tumblr queue is paying off.