Columnist denies that contraception has improved lives
CWN - June 11, 2010
Jenn Giroux, the executive director HLI America, gives a spirited rebuttal of the claim that contraceptives have enriched the lives of American women. An ugly record of disease and depression shows otherwise, she argues.
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Posted by: Chestertonian -
Jun. 11, 2010 10:14 PM ET USA
Excellent article. It points out quite clearly that the rise in contraceptive use matches the rise in abortions, barely preceding the Roe v Wade decision in 1973. Women need to stop swallowing the lies put forth by feminists. These supporters of contraception and abortion obviously hate women, as they want us to be less and less as God intended, as if we are indeed the inferior sex. How, exactly, is that feminist?!