The Intrinsic Racism of the Population Control Movement

One of the  most prominent motivations of the population control movement is racism, which has diminished over time but has not disappeared.  During the early history of the movement, this racist and eugenicist ideology was undisguised and was led by “progressive” intellectuals, just as prestigious “progressive” academics and celebrities lead the movement today. Lothrop Stoddard . . . Read more

Who was Marie Stopes?

Marie Carmichael Stopes was the United Kingdom’s answer to America’s Margaret Sanger.  Both women lived during the same era.  Both were vocal eugenicists and birth control pioneers in their respective nations during the 1920s and 1930s, and their writings show that their views on eugenics and racial purity were identical.  Most importantly, Stopes’ legacy has . . . Read more