31+ Negative Effects of the Pill

There are over 31 negative effects of the pill.[1] Here’s a quick list: Heart attacks Cancers Anaphylaxis Sudden total or partial blindness Environment poisoning Pulmonary embolisms Early abortion High blood pressure Dizziness and fainting Abdominal discomfort, bloating, and pain Gall bladder problems, including gallstones Inflammation of the pancreas Nausea and vomiting Fluid accumulation Long-term hormonal . . . Read more

What are the Environmental Impacts of Hormonal Birth Control?

Have you ever stopped for gas and, as you were pumping, watched a giant 18-wheel fuel tanker rumble up to refill the gas station’s tanks?  These trucks are enormous, one-fourth as long as a football field, and each carries enough gasoline to fill a good-sized backyard swimming pool. Every year, women in the United States . . . Read more

How Effective Are Condoms?

1. Condom failure rate is high. The condom is the most commonly-used barrier method of contraception in the world. But how effective are condoms? According to mainstream scientific sources, their efficacy has been grossly overstated by its promoters. After the use of just 10, the probability of at least one failure is 52%, according to . . . Read more

Depo-Provera: Injectable Abortion

Depo-Provera: Dangerous for Women, Deadly for Unborn Children 1. What is Depo-Provera?  The Depo-Provera injection is a type of hormonal anti-fertility drug that works at times as a contraceptive, but also sometimes as an abortifacient, a drug that causes abortion in some instances. Its active ingredient is depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA), a synthetic form of the natural . . . Read more