Overt abortion pill use on rise

More people than ever are accessing abortion pills in the UK

Even though it’s legal, they don’t want it tracked. AKA limited, regulated by their blessed State.
The Pill itself is already abortifacient.

https://www.theatlantic.com/sexes/archive/2012/12/the-pill-contraceptive-or-abortifacient/266725/
If that is its biological mechanism (it is) then it’s a form of abortion.

“Studies have not established that emergency contraceptive pills prevent fertilized eggs from implanting in the womb, leading scientists say.”

Naturally, they’re now lying about this and trying to cover up the way it literally works (what informed consent?) to push it legally, including on minors or those women still developing (into mid-20s).
Medically, the rule is if you’re not sure, don’t do it.

“Further inconsistency among pro-lifers is seen in the fact that greater opposition exists among abortion opponents for the morning after pill than for the regular birth control pill, which in most cases is the same medication taken hours later and in varying dosage, but working in the same way

Yes, the same way.
The Pill is a choice to sleep around and have others pay for your pleasure (but not alcohol or other drugs, oddly). Plan B is intended for rape victims. Not really a choice, and not about personal jollies.
That’s why the difference.

“In the case or rape, the intent of Plan B is not to stop life, but to stop the act of the rapist from reaching its ordered end: impregnation, which would be a form of success of the violent assault. Therefore, a Catholic health plan may include emergency use of Plan B in case of rape, provided it is accompanied by a pregnancy test.”

to prove they weren’t already pregnant and lying about the rape

exactly, if it were just pleasure the rapist wouldn’t be doing that kind of reproductive sex
pregnancy is the aim of heterosexual rape, always has been
that’s how r-types reproduce with K-types, otherwise it wouldn’t happen

Gynecologist: 10 reasons to get off the Pill

http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/05/22/gynecologist-gives-10-reasons-women-quit-taking-birth-control-pills/
Because it hasn’t been properly tested isn’t enough?
“While this may be a temporary benefit to taking the Pill, long-term, your natural “female” hormones don’t return to normal. This means your hormones stay whacked for decades.”
“The Pill, as opposed to other contraceptive methods can cause permanent delayed conception”
Do your own research, there are many troubling connections. Gut problems, psychiatric risks, cancer… infertility, possibly birth defects or genetic disorders (notice how many Down’s kids we have now?) are possible but under-studied.

The fat thing doesn’t go away either – you’ll have a higher risk of becoming randomly fat into the future – especially pregnancy. The irony of vain women taking it to avoid getting fat….

Any woman dumb enough to wish to sterilize herself, even temporarily, probably shouldn’t breed.

Low birth rate caused by birth control, explained

If we’re talking evolution and society, we need to review everything in light of r/K.

Slut shaming was prosocial. Bring back bachelor tax (we already have it in welfare parent tax for non-parents).
http://shylockholmes.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/the-birth-control-basilisk.html

More sex than ever, fewer babies. Doesn’t take a genius to work out.

It tends to cull r-types, birth control was designed for married K-types to curb in line with their natural instincts and environmental needs.
“3. People have a very strong, uncomplicated desire to love and care for the children they have.”
K-types only.
It’s impossible to discuss sex without sexual strategy.

And yet people do.

” A strong desire to have sex ensures children are produced with fairly high regularity, because birth control is either non-existent or unreliable. ”
R-types only.
Ks limit their sexuality for monogamy, once pair-bonding has been achieved with a suitable mate. In human terms, after marriage.
Most of the sub-replacement fertility in Europe is due to the low marriage rates. It’s good that people aren’t reproducing out of wedlock.

“The whole idea of it being a contentious question whether you chose to have kids or not is, as far as I can tell, a shockingly recent question. If the only way you could so choose would be to either a) not get laid, or b) rely on methods that require practice, discipline in the heat of coital moment, forward planning and/or health risks, the discussion would be largely moot.”

Still no mention of marriage as related to procreation.
This, from a traditionalist.
People are that decoupled. Thanks, sexual revolution!
Birth control is K-selected, the problem is that it didn’t account for the Revolution that messed with marriage.
If everyone having sex is married, it becomes a matter of family planning.
If anything with marriage goes awry, the r-types win out because the Ks aren’t even hopping the first hurdle of the big white wedding day. Plus they’re limiting.
The man who invented The Pill intended for it to help spouses who wanted to enjoy sex but not bankrupt their pre-existing families. We could also limit birth control to those who’ve already bred like it used to be but that’s too sensible. Chemical BC causes many health problems in women, there’s medical grounds to restrict it.
The Pill as a theory is K-enforcing since it imposes their pattern on the r-types.

Never including IQ as a factor in to who is/should be allowed birth control by the state is also an issue.
Age to a lesser extent. You don’t finish developing until your twenties.

Link between depression and birth control

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/body/massive-new-study-links-birth-control-to-depression-for-the-first-time/

I’m not going to bother on this one.

You aren’t stupid.

You can think about these things for yourself.

Like how thwarting MOTHER Nature is impossible.

And taking any psychoactive meds for more than a few years is terrible.

Just like that.

Or how the behaviour it encourages could cause shame, guilt and humiliation, suppressed due to the hypersexual culture and condensed into full-blown depression.

Stuff like that.

Birth control – for whom?

A minor point on this.

Birth control takes away control from women. The feminists lie.
Men invented birth control, men prescribe birth control, men tell women they need to be on birth control. (So they can use us like whores, only whores used to require birth control/chemical abortions, if a man tells you that you need to be on it, he’s calling you a whore and that any child he conceives with you must be destroyed in shame because while you’re valuable for sex, he doesn’t want to provide in return, still want to fuck him?)

How, exactly, is all this the woman’s choice?

And for the feminists saying they’re pro-choice, well, which industries do they profit from? Sex-positive (slut) and abortion (anti-natal) taking the option of motherhood away from other women and wiping their wallets while doing it. The competition (pretty women, usually) have less children and see no rush to get married in their physical prime, a great incentive to r-types promoting it to the enemy, who also want to keep the number of nuclear families down.

Controlling the life or death inside another woman, or even whether that woman has a life growing inside her in the first place. Doesn’t sound like personal empowerment, but social, medical control.

The fewer mothers, the fewer conservative women, this is a known connection.
The more unhappy sluts, the more self-help bullshit they read blaming the Other (men).
Gee, sound like any belief system you know?

They say: You need this.

They mean: You need us.

It’s drug addiction. What do addicts do? They take the drug longer than maximum (the Pill is only ‘safe’ a few years, tops), they self-medicate with reckless behaviours (sex) and self-destruct emotionally because a core part of their feminine identity (the Mother) has been stolen from them. Result? They feel stuck. Perma-childhood.

Finger the villain.

They say it was a Sexual Revolution.

It was, in fact, a Maternal Destruction.

Listen between their lies.

Motherhood is bad and you’re bad for wanting it. You want to be a housewife? Why? Oh, you’re a mother, what a waste. Mothers are wasting their lives, it isn’t an ambition or a valid one to want a family, like a man who wants a legacy. Those father figures are losers, how dare they love you enough to want to provide for you until they die. You have all the time in the world but don’t do it now, put it off forever. Parents are uncool, you want to be hip, I can tell. You think you want kids, but you don’t really want those ugly, smelly ungrateful things you’d have made, do you? Children are always terrible and the fact they don’t like me proves it. You should be ashamed to side with your family instead of strange women who seem very unhinged and want you to take up their unhealthy habits. If you want a cuddle, buy a dog. Human purpose isn’t genetic, that’s so Darwinian. Parents aren’t superior or I would be one. Nobody wants to marry me so you shouldn’t settle down either because I’d be all alone. There are so many exciting men who’ll be happy to use you until your looks go, why are you depriving them their fun? (R-types stick together, as you can see with the manwhore pick-up artists and slut-positive feminists who both align only to protect Promiscuity Culture).

If this sounds backwards, because it’s a media Big Lie to blame the victim, think of it like this.

Why are there mothers and boyfriends grinding up birth control into an adult woman’s food?

Where is your ‘control’ there?

Why does the father (and they are a father if there is conception) get to order an abortion in someone else’s body, of the child he consented to create in consenting to the act of sex aka procreation?

(The two can never be divided, sex is making babies and making babies is having sex, biology 101; the drugs give us an illusion, or one method would work 100%).

Why were men on board for giving it to women they would never, ever marry?

It allows men to control a woman’s body and her most feminine aspect – her fertility, to use her for his pleasure until he can discard her with no consequences or investment (the masculine side of the sexual bargain).

Is that in any woman’s best interest?

well leaves nope no go leaving

For balance? This is also bad for men in general. Aside from the chemical sterile angle.
As the men opt out of the duties of an adult male, hard-won as a rite of passage, birth control is also anti-Patriarchy. On a fundamental level, it ruins their daughters for their odds of a happy marriage, allows their wife to cheat without being found out, allows their son to waste his time chasing tail instead of building the family business and getting serious, and they probably wouldn’t become Patriarchs in the first place, revoking their masculine power to found a family too and hard-won possibility of a legacy denied to many men who can’t find or earn a good spouse (but usually, modern men are dumb enough from anti-family propaganda to encourage their women to go on the stuff too, only to complain their woman has lost interest in starting a family, because he’s drugging her to think she already has one).

Did eugenics policies contribute to the American prosperity

of the Fifties?

I think it must have.

https://aeon.co/essays/the-dream-of-designing-humans-has-a-long-and-peculiar-history

Generally, it takes a generation for such effects to become apparent. This would tie in with the 40s and 50s.

A galaxy of English genius, that is. Galton feared that the English race was degenerating, declining in both mental and physical ability. (It remains a common fear; the French thought they were degenerating, too.)

Lestat laughter lol lmao haha IWTV film

I will never not find this funny.

Not all Americans who supported eugenics were racist and nativist. To a first approximation, everyone was a eugenicist in the early 20th-century US. But for the core of the movement, the eugenic tenet that any disability was all in the genes also put scientific teeth into laws setting racial quotas for immigrants. Reformers pressed for mandated sexual sterilisation of those deemed unfit, including the feebleminded, the criminal, the deaf, the crippled, those with venereal disease and other conditions.

so, r-types

promiscuous low-lifes

In 1922, Harry Laughlin, superintendent of the Eugenics Record Office on New York’s Long Island, drafted a ‘model sterilisation law’, designed to withstand Constitutional challenge. It did. By the start of the Second World War, more than 30 states had eugenic laws on the books, and tens of thousands of criminals, prostitutes, epileptics, syphilitics and people deemed mentally handicapped had been surgically sterilised.

Until the Pill replaced it. Now they sterilize themselves.

Sorry, not PC enough? Shall we gloss over the true purpose of the Pill? It has a permanent impact on fertility.

Baby strikes back: aborted unborn increase breast cancer risk in “mother”

http://conservativewoman.co.uk/philippa-taylor-latest-research-suggests-a-link-between-abortion-and-breast-cancer/

And the Pill.

http://www.breastcancer.org/research-news/study-questions-birth-control-and-risk

Who knew fucking around with nature would fuck you up? #PagingMaryShelley

Pumping the body full of synthetic hormones …. how could there be consequences?

Is the Pill for women as bad as steroids for men?

http://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/time-to-take-another-look-at-the-pill

So, if widespread steroid use is discouraged for men, why haven’t the neurological effects on women of the steroid-based contraceptive pill been studied just as thoroughly? After all, the pill is the principal artificial means for controlling population and is currently being used by 100 million women each year. This includes many girls who have just entered puberty. Its cumulative effect could have a significant impact upon society….

Infertility? STD rise? It’s all about endocrine balance.

…In a challenging article in the open source journal Frontiers in Neuroscience, three Austrian researchers argue that 50 years after its introduction, it is time to assess what the chemistry of the pill does to the female brain.

oh no oh dear hides facepalm double
51 years too late.

Their survey of the literature suggests that the effects of the pill vary considerably with age and individual physiology. Finer-grained studies are needed to assess the precise effects of steroids on cognition and emotions and whether their effect is “feminizing” or “masculinizing”.

For instance, it is widely accepted that the pill affects women’s moods. In most women its use seems beneficial, but sometimes it is associated with increased rates of depression, anxiety, fatigue, neurotic symptoms, compulsion and anger. And these studies may be too positive because depressed women may have dropped out of trials. Most studies have focused only on depression, while other dimensions, like anger or empathy, have hardly been studied. So research into the effects of the pill upon emotions is far from adequate.

One particular area of concern is the pill’s effects upon teenagers. The prefrontal cortex of the brain appears to be one target of structural changes in women who use the pill. But this is an area of the brain which is not fully developed until a woman’s early 20s. What impact will early contraceptive use have upon teenagers? There is no clear answer.

Don’t give them it. That’s the medically ethical thing to do, but the feminists would go apeshit at protecting women.

The authors are not scaremongering. They don’t even seem to have any ethical objections to using the pill. They simply set out the state of current research and point out that there are significant gaps in our knowledge…..

Maybe in history books they’ll blame this for the lack of female interest in STEM. Innate biological determinism is impossible, you know, because that would affect all kinds of things, such as drug response!