The Netherlands, compulsory contraception, and reverse democracy

Oderberg on contraceptives, abortion and cooperation in wrongdoing

Does the pill cause depression?

Leading bioethics editors attack conscientious objection

Bioethicists challenge right to conscientious objection

Big fallout from Little Sisters case

Has the Zika virus changed Catholic thinking on contraception?

Defending Catholic views on contraception

US Supreme Court considers religious exemptions to Obamacare

Iran debates birth control restrictions

No contraception, no govt handouts, says Aussie politician

Questions over wireless-controlled contraceptives

Fertility awareness campaigns backfire

Conscientious objectors barred from qualification in UK

Iran tries to reverse falling birth rates

Big Pharma looks for Plan C after emergency contraceptive fails

“Louise is not afraid of inflicting pain on troubled families”

Pill to be available over the counter in US

Plan B must be available over-the-counter for all ages, says judge

Israel halts underhanded contraceptive injections for Ethiopian migrants

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