Is it the level of industrial products and inclusion of the medical industry supervision that has instilled birth control as under the auspices of what seem to have become the silliest group of bureaucrats Americans have endured?  Birth control can be a choice by women if they so desire.  It needn’t be a topic for those bribed into positions of power and lawmaking due to Citizens United.  Back in the day, one understood and used the method called rhythm that didn’t require so-called approval by patriarchy.  Imagine the thrill when one discovered the over-the-counter wonder of spermicidal foam that again didn’t involve the nasty interference of capitalistic hierarchical Establishment patriarchy.  It’s called human rights and dignity.

That we gave up both for convenience is a sign of the times.   Indoctrinated into compliance, young ladies could stand to face the FACTS. You needn’t wait for patriarchy to permit your human rights.

Spermicide and Contraceptive Gel | Spermicidal Lube, Gel & Foam

Spermicide is a kind of birth control that has chemicals that stop sperm from reaching an egg. You put it in your vagina before sex to prevent pregnancy. 

You don’t need a prescription to get spermicide — you can buy it over-the-counter at most drugstores, pharmacies, and superstores in the condom aisle.

Spermicide and Contraceptive Gel | Spermicidal Lube, Gel & FoamSpermicide is a kind of birth control that has chemicals that stop sperm from reaching an egg. You put it in you…

–end of planned parenthood info–

Apparently both systems of rhythm and spermicidal foam worked acceptably, judging from the number of abortions then and now.

Abortion according to tenets of equality and human rights, needs to be so-called legal and left between a woman and her conscience.  In FACT, she knows whether giving birth is optimal and should be her choice.

One reason is that we have a rigged economy intent on transfer of the wealth of the nation from the 100% to the 1%.  We all know this, but many ignore the FACT as they pretend that they too will one day be rich…RICH….

You will not be so while growing families out of sync with your ability to survive due to exploitation of human resources as cynically as is exploited our natural resources.  Both humanity and nature have been swept into the dust heap for exploitation by patriarchy.  It is called capitalism.

If this wasn’t the case, our children wouldn’t be subject to PFAS in their drinking water, would they?

Chemical–happy industry coined the phrase eco-terrorist that was used to aggressively silence We The People about our own safety.

The Drinking Water Crisis That North Carolina Ignored– For decades, DuPont dumped toxic PFAS into North Carolina’s Cape Fear River. Today, the local community is suffering the health consequences—and fighting back.

  –end of PFAS info–

C-Span guested Representative Judy Chu-D-California on the topic of abortion.  The battle cry of the Democratic Branch of the duopoly is highlighting the drama of health in pregnant women that could make pregnancy a danger to her life.  FACTually the Democratic Party had every opportunity to codify Roe v Wade when they had the opportunity.  It is now a phenomenal campaign strategy….Hmmm……

Women under patriarchy are in FACT a campaign strategy.  Women need to slip their traces.  It’s only human.  Women are, you know.  And women are not as emotionally-charged and gluttonous as men.

A first step could be to stop asking permission for intrinsic practice involving human rights.  Anything else is a violation.

From one who for at least 2 decades attempted to forewarn young ladies that they would lose reproductive rights, until the ERA is passed, womens’ right to vote is under threat.

Equal Rights Amendment

The fight for equal rights in the United States has a rich history of advocacy and activism by both women and men who believe in constitutionally protected gender equality.

From the first visible public demand for women’s suffrage in 1848 by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott at the first Woman’s Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, New York to the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment by Alice Paul in 1923, the fight for gender equality is not over.

In her remarks as she introduced the Equal Rights Amendment in Seneca Falls in 1923, Alice Paul sounded a call that has great poignancy and significance over 80 years later:

 “If we keep on this way they will be celebrating the 150th anniversary of the 1848 Convention without being much further advanced in equal rights than we are…If we had not concentrated on the Federal Amendment we should be working today for suffrage…We shall not be safe until the principle of equal rights is written into the framework of our government.”

  –end of ERA info–

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