Category Archives: Contraception

Bobby Jindal’s statement about birth control not friendly to women’s rights.

Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana who is famous for his support of creationist nonsense in the Louisiana school system says something that on the surface seems reasonable.  He suggests that birth control should be made an over the counter … Continue reading

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Sandra Fluke is the real misogynist according to LifeSiteNews.com

 Sandra Fluke’s war on womanhood So Sandra Fluke made a speech at the Democratic National Convention.  I didn’t really watch much of the DNC myself because I generally have better things to do, but when I ran across this article … Continue reading

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Abstinence only education is a joke.

Let me first apologize for what is going to be a very statistics heavy post.  Well I would say that except statistics are awesome.  Science, YAY! I have a religious family so I hear the line about abstinence education every … Continue reading

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Forget Employers Refusing to Cover Contraception. Arizona Bill Would Allow Them to Fire You For Using It

Forget Employers Refusing to Cover Contraception. Arizona Bill Would Allow Them to Fire You For Using It Arizona House Bill 2625, authored by Majority Whip Debbie Lesko, R-Glendale, would permit employers to ask their employees for proof of medical prescription … Continue reading

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Bring up birth control and the Catholic church admits church state separation was actually a thing all along.

Pure evil according the Catholic Church Catholics and other Christian groups are up in arms about the government requiring the insurance companies provide to their employee’s with FDA approved contraceptives.  They are angry because this law is extending to many … Continue reading

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