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Women Use Contraception For a Better Life. We Need to Support Their Goals

Woman in Mali (by Trevor Snapp for IntraHealth International)

As family planning advocates, I think we need to remember that family planning is the means to an end, not an end goal in itself. Access to information and services is critical, but increasing the use of contraception starts and ends with supporting the broader goals and rights of women.

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Contraception Isn’t Controversial. Let’s Stop Saying It Is

The vast majority of women who identify as Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and of other faiths have sex and use contraception at some point in their lives. Contraception is not controversial to real-life people. It only is when men in the far right repeat this ad nauseum. Let’s stop repeating after them.

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