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New York Times: Most contraceptives are ‘hundreds of times riskier’ than Covid vaccine

June 08, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: Discussing “blood clots possibly linked” to the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine,” a science and global health reporter at the New York Times wrote that “most contraceptives available to women are hundreds of times riskier, and yet safer alternatives are not in sight.”

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  • Posted by: grateful1 - Jun. 08, 2021 10:34 PM ET USA

    This may be the 1st time the NYT has acknowledged the substantial health risks of estrogen-based contraceptives, risks known for decades (the WHO lists "the pill" as a class 1 carcinogen). Yet the Times has always downplayed them because contraception was central to feminist "empowerment." Still is. So why the about-face? Because woke culture demands yet another opportunity to declare men oppressors & women victims--even women who knowingly accepted the risks. Hypocrisy knows no gender.