Posts Tagged: birth control
Is it possible to write a feminist critique of birth control?
Holly Grigg-Spall tries to do so in her new book Sweetening the Pill, but according to our editorial assistant Lauren O’Neal’s review in the New Inquiry, she doesn’t exactly succeed:
…the book presents birth control as a simple issue.
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Yesterday, while we were incapacitated, a bunch of dudes in Washington and around the media started debating something called contraception, as if hearing about it for the very first time. While contraception is known to 99% of American women as healthcare, it’s known to one man as a “license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be.” Reflections on today’s decision by the administration can be found here and here....more