If you are going to act like you know about human reproduction, get your freaking facts right. There’s enough false information floating out there.
The media aided abortion activists’ misrepresentation. CNN said Brett Kavanaugh referred to contraceptives as ‘abortion-inducing drugs.’ While he didn’t, some of them in fact are.
Marital infidelity is high, and premarital sex is the norm. Forced sterilization is a reality, and abortion rates have skyrocketed.
‘Humanae Vitae’ tells us that our bodies are good, and not intrinsically flawed. Our fertility is natural and beautiful, not something to fear and murder.
What I heard made me think twice about using the pill. It also led me on a journey that shifted my thinking about sex, my body, marriage, and our responsibility to children.
The ad ends with an African-American woman doing a sassy head swivel and saying, ‘F-ck New York and everyone in it.’ It’s hard for a big abortion business to stay classy, obviously.
When life begins is not up to personal opinion, it’s a scientific fact. Let me explain, as a physician, what all my years of training have shown.
Law professor Helen Alvaré’s new book, ‘Putting Children’s Interests First in US Family Law and Policy,’ details the alarming number of ways the law privileges ‘consensual adult sexual expression,’ regardless of the consequences.
In short supply regarding the ‘male birth control pill’ news has been basic reason, understanding, and social realism not just about sex differences but also the human person.
What’s an alarmist to do in light of all of the improvements in conservation while reducing poverty? Go after the size of families in impoverished countries, of course.
Notre Dame has been in turmoil over whether to pay for artificial contraceptives. Last week the university changed policy for the third time this academic year.
The judge crystalized not just that elections have consequences but that so does the reach of government, legislative abandonment, and the ideology-imposing of unelected judges.
Danish researchers have found there are approximately 13 additional breast cancer cases for every 100,000 women who use hormonal contraception for one year.
The pill was introduced nearly 60 years ago. Why are we only now beginning to document some of hormonal birth control’s serious side-effects?
For moral reasons, individuals and organizations have sought for years to avoid funding contraceptives. Now states are suing so they also don’t have to pay for contraceptives.
Why should courts take religious freedom more seriously, given that Notre Dame administrators have effectively admitted their conscience claims were unserious?
With this, Notre Dame distinguishes itself as one of the first employers in the country to take advantage of the Trump administration’s relaxation of the contraceptive mandate.
I wonder if the women using the #Fight4BirthControl hashtag understand how the contraception mandate works. Or how insurance works. Or birth control itself, for that matter.
Fertility awareness has empowered me, and thousands of other women, to take control of our fertility. Unlike contraceptive drugs and devices, they are side-effect-free and can even provide health benefits.
The recently filed lawsuits blow open the multi-step deception Democrats knowingly employed to furtively insert the abortifacient and birth control mandate into the Affordable Care Act.
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