Long-Term Contraception

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, as IUD, more effective: study, or so the headline says.

Women who choose birth control pills, the patch or vaginal ring are 20 times more likely to have an unplanned pregnancy than those using long-term methods such as IUDs and implants, a study released Wednesday found.

When will the pro-RH faction admit that the contraceptive mentality always leaves the user wanting for more? More protection, that is. Condoms that give a false sense of security, then contraceptives, then injectables, then IUDs. There’s a progression here. Finally, if an IUD can’t prevent a pregnancy, what’s next? A visit to Topix.com? Take that little star pill and leave the rest in the hands of a post-abortion care provider?

Don’t think we can’t see through them.

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One comment on “Long-Term Contraception
  1. Brian Murphy says:

    I am looking for pro-life volunteers to help translate our website from English into other languages, including Filipino. We have made good progress with nine languages now posted. Would you be able to help?

    Sincerely in Christ,

    Brian Murphy
    God’s Plan For Life
    19 Rosana Way
    Coto de Caza, CA 92679
    (949) 235-4045 (Cell)

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