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Some Roman Catholics have leaped to her defense as a case of coercive birth control.

They also told her that birth control rarely works, she says.

Mandatory birth control and incentivized interethnic marriage dilute the size and concentration of minorities, who are dispatched to faraway provinces for work and education at the same time as Han settlers are beckoned in.

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In addition, medical advancements and federal regulators’ approval of the birth control pill in the 1960s expanded reproductive freedom for women.

Though tried and jailed under vice laws, she persisted in arguing that women should have charge of their own bodies, coining the term “birth control.”

This leaves thousands of women at companies across the United States left to pay out of pocket for their birth control.

Increased access to affordable birth control has strengthened the economic security of communities.

Refuting critics who say he is anti-contraception, Gardner is calling for over-the-counter sale of birth control pills.

But the other couples are mainly devout Catholics who toe the party line when it comes to birth control and divorce.

Plan B is taking two birth control pills in the morning and two in the evening.

Maternity imposes on woman a heavy burden, and before the discovery of birth control, a burden that is continuous.

Without birth control there can be no freedom, no happiness, no permanence in love, and there can be no mastery of life.

I do not know if I am violating the law in thus telling you how to find out about birth control.

People who condemn birth control always argue as if one wished to teach this knowledge indiscriminately to the young.

Nothing wrong when you may find in any city women standing at street corners distributing booklets on birth control?


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to birth control, such as: abstinence, condom, contraceptive, diaphragm, family planning, and pill.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.