Wednesday, August 13, 2008

More on Birth Control Pills: What the Doctor Didn't Tell You

Many considered Birth control to be the liberation of sexuality, becoming available to women during the "free love era" of the Sixties. Nowadays, we really don't know how we ever lived without our little box of pills, but its becoming harder and harder (even for the liberals) to deny the negative outcomes we are just now becoming aware of (or are we??).

I'm so glad there are websites out there for our kids, like which states the following about birth control pills:

"The birth control pill is a safe and effective method of birth control. Most young women who take the Pill have none to very few side effects. The side effects that some women have while on the Pill include:

* irregular menstrual bleeding
* nausea, weight gain, headaches, dizziness, and breast tenderness
* mood changes
* blood clots (rare in women under 35 who do not smoke)"

Blatant underage sex promotion aside, they left a few things off their little list that I'm sure every "kid" would want to know:

*increase risk of , breast cancer, cervical cancer..etc.
*fertility problems once off the pill
*environmental effects, such as contaminating our water with Estrogen (see earlier post).
*Oh.. and of course the possible abortion of a fertilized egg (a.k.a human being).

And then there's new studies such as this one reported in the U.K called: "The Pill May Change Women's Choice in Men," which suggests that the chemicals in birth control pills can affect a woman's natural instincts. I think its funny how so many liberals want everything to be "natural" and yet birth control is one of the most unnatural things we can do to our bodies.


john said...

You are right to be warning people of these facts for sure. I could only wish that this information was more readily available to the public and, especially, to younger people. The whole subject has become so highly politicized that information has somehow morphed into propaganda even in a school settings. Very sad.

Your inclusion of the study "Pill May Change Women's Choice in Men" deserves more a lot more space as it opens up a whole new field of study. Could all those artificially introduced hormones really be a major cause of higher divorce rates and more affairs? The implications are amazing. Now, instead of saying, "The Devil made me do it" women can now say, "The pill made me do it". Great!


Heh, "the pill made me do it", good stuff.

I'd be interested to know more about this study. I think it furthers implicates that we are the design of our Creator, even our instincts of the opposite sex are genetic.

We should know that messing with this is dangerous stuff.

Liona said...

Good post.