Girl2Girl: Harnessing Text Messaging to Reduce Teen Pregnancy Among LGB+ Girls

Evaluates the 20-week Girl2Girl teen pregnancy prevention program delivered daily via text messaging to cisgender female youth ages 14 to 18, who self-identify as lesbian, bisexual, gay, or other non-heterosexual sexual identity (i.e., do not exclusively identity as heterosexual).

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