5 comments

  • Vincent H.
    12/19/2020 11:44

    It was liberating for women but also for men we love the sex to with a load chance of an unwanted pregnancy it was transformational from my life

  • Claire D.
    11/19/2020 14:36

    Semi radical thought: what if we never needed this? What if the world was so designed that regardless of pregnancies and births, men and women could equally plan their lives, extend their careers, and live happily, because the world was set up so that that would happen? Second semi radical thought: what if blokes took the pill? All the same (or less) side effects for male contraceptive, but they afraid of it? I just wonder why we still have to do this, and wonder why as a society we don’t priories the needs of women and their children? (Ps. I’m toes pro women’s health, but wtf do we have to carry the load?)

  • Michel K.
    11/19/2020 11:53

    Woow

  • Arthur V.
    11/19/2020 06:31

    There is fundamental disinformation here about Sanger and it is perpetrated by her arch-enemy; her ideological opponent was always the Catholic Church. They have isolated printed words out of context. Yes, there is a refusal by many to be honest. She supported a concept of eugenics which negates eugenics. It was arguing for nurture. Education. Nutrition. Healthcare. Oh, and most obviously the right to choose motherhood and this for her meant family planning and contraception. Stuff that helps poor mothers and that means ethnic minorities. Her ideas about fertility prevention followed from early research into infertility and that takes us back to the 1930s and her use of her wealth to fund research.

  • Charity A.
    11/19/2020 02:03

    Islam is based on five principles: 1. To testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and Muhammad ﷺ is Allah's Messenger. 2. To offer the compulsory prayers dutifully and perfectly. 3. To pay Zakat 4. To perform Hajj. 5. To fast during Ramadan. [Bukhari]

Stay informed and entertained, for free with myBrut.

Stay informed and entertained, for free with myBrut.

switch-check
switch-x
By continuing, you agree to receive emails from Brut.