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The Racist and Sexist History of the Pill

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When people identify as either “liberal” or “conservative” they stop asking certain kinds of questions, because to do so would be perceived as a betrayal of their side. So, for example, progressive women don’t ask questions about natural alternatives to the Pill, or acknowledge the racist history of Planned Parenthood, or speak of their unborn child. This piece on Broadly a pro-choice site, is an exception to the rule:  The Racist and Sexist History of the Pill

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An Overwhelming Response to Women’s Catholic Health Care

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Imagine being able to naturally: replace birth control, treat infertility, and get excellent all around care even if you are uninsured. It’s not a feminist fantasy. It’s Catholic women’s health care. More from CNA: Bella Natural Women’s Care

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This Couple’s App Helped 10,000 Women Get Pregnant and Can Replace Birth Control Too

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William Sacks and Katherine Bicknell William Sacks and his wife Katherine Bicknell used hormonal birth control for ten years before Katherine got tired of the Pill’s side effects. Read more after the jump and learn about the app they created, Kindara, that can help couples conceive or avoid pregnancy naturally.

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For Birth Control, What’s Old is New Again

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More and more women are quitting the pill and trying Fertility Awareness Methods (FAM) or Natural Family Planning (NFP), which is the method that orthodox Catholics use. More from CNN here: For Birth Control, What’s Old is New Again (The painting above is: In Bed by by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec)

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