PRESS RELEASE Contact: Anthony James Perez (09228276662) President, Filipinos for Life Two organizations representing medical doctors and citizen pro-lifers trooped to the Supreme Court at 10 a.m. today to file the eighth petition against the new “reproductive health” or RH law, branding the measure unconstitutional and “ultimately detrimental to our society.” The petition, filed jointly […]
Ngunit hindi ako naniniwalang responsibilidad ng estado na magpamahagi ng contraceptives sa mga mamamayan nito. Alam ko ay ang responsibilidad ng estadong paglingkuran at protektahan ang sambayanan at mapalaya ang mamamayan nito sa kahirapan sa pamamagitan ng mga polisiya sa pagbibigay ng sapat na batayang serbisyong panlpunan, sapat na trabaho, mataas na batayan ng pamumuhay […]
The inside pages of the ad announce that, “Catholics support the use of condoms to prevent HIV,” while attempting to justify this claim by misquoting Pope Benedict XVI in his 2010 book co-authored with Peter Seewald, Light of the World. The point of the ad is obvious: to pit Catholics against their bishops by calling […]
Those arguments sure seem familiar.
First they sing the praises of contraception, as if contraception were 100% effective in preventing pregnancy. And pregnancy isn’t even a disease. But not satisfied with that, they have to promote long-term contraception, because of course they mean more money in the pockets of big pharma. Don’t think we can’t see through them. Long-term contraception, […]
A lengthy production from the 700 Club, but well worth watching. No, it’s not only the Catholic Church that believes the RH bill should not be passed.
RH is unnecessary. As an economist friend who works in a foreign bank pointed out to me: Contraceptive devices like condoms, IUDs, pills, tubal ligations, and vasectomies are not illegal in our country. You can hear radio commercials and see billboards on Edsa advertising condoms. Government is free to spend as much as it wants […]
from: Mechanism of Action of Hormonal Contraceptives “The combinations of estrogens and progestins exert their contraceptive effect largely through selective inhibition of pituitary function that results in inhibition of ovulation. The combination agents also produce a change in the cervical mucus, in the uterine endometrium, and in motility and secretion in the uterine tubes, all […]