Male Engagement Social Media Toolkit for Title X Family Planning Agencies

Toolkit/Guide
Male Services Patient Recruitment and Retention Title X Family Planning Program
Last Reviewed
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RHNTC

This social media toolkit provides sample social media graphics and messages that family planning agencies can use to communicate the availability of services to current and potential male and gender non-conforming clients. Content includes affirming and supportive health promotion messages that encourage male and gender non-conforming people to access family planning services, take control of their reproductive well-being, and share responsibility for their and their partners’ sexual health.

Images are provided in dimensions for Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Download the full ZIP file of images at the supplemental materials link to the right. For more family planning social media content, see the Promoting Family Planning Services Social Media Toolkit.

These sample messages, organized by category, can be adapted by family planning agencies.

  • Need a tune-up? We’re here for you. Services available: 
  • Hey guys! Got a symptom that’s worrying you? Come see us for men’s health services, including:
  • Sexual health care—not for women only! We’re here for men too. Come visit us for:
  • The offense sells tickets, but the defense wins championships. Guys: come see us to see what men’s services will keep you on your best game. Services available:
  • Are you seeking compassion, respect, and understanding? We’re here for you. Services available:

Note: Each message in this section requires adding a select list of services, which could include physical exams, gender-affirming care, condoms, sexually transmitted infections (STI) testing and treatment, HIV testing, preventive care, cancer screening, birth control for men and women, and counseling. 

  • Teamwork makes the dream work. Our providers can help you set health goals that work for your body and your lifestyle. Book an appointment now!
  • People with a range of identities and orientations can benefit from birth control! No matter how you identify or who you’re having sex with, we can help you find a method that works for you.
  • Hey guys, it’s so important to protect yourself during sex! These tips can help you stay safe in the moment without losing out on the moment: 
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  • Some STIs don’t have obvious symptoms. If you’re having sex, come talk with one of our providers about which STI tests are right for you.
  • Having sex? STIs like HPV and hepatitis B can cause cancer. The good news: they’re both preventable with vaccines—visit us to learn more!

  • Starting a new relationship? Protect yourself and your partner. Visit us for condoms and birth control, STI testing and treatment, sexual health care, and counseling.
  • Someone is depending on you—stay healthy for your loved ones. Visit us for preventive care, condoms and birth control, STI testing and treatment, sexual health care, and counseling.
  • It takes two to tango. Practice safe and healthy sex. Visit us for preventive care, condoms and birth control, STI testing and treatment, sexual health care, and counseling.
  • Untreated STIs can harm your health and your partner’s health too. Talk with one of our providers about which tests are right for you.
  • Not ready to be a father yet? Visit us for condoms and birth control, preventive care, and counseling, both for you and for your partner. 
  • Not ready to be a parent yet? Visit us for condoms and birth control, preventive care, and counseling, both for you and for your partner. 
  • Are you curious about what your partner is doing for birth control but afraid to ask? We’re here to help you get that conversation started.

Supplemental Materials