Pill v Condom
The pill is almost exclusively a birth control device. A
condom is primarily protection against STD. It also protects against conception.
Women use the Pill to prevent unwanted conception and thereby freeing them to enjoy other aspects of their life. A condom allows a man to resist STD and avoid the bother of child support payments.
The Pill liberates women. Condoms do the same for men.
Condoms are sold over the counter in almost every drugstore in America. Women need a doctor’s prescription to buy the Pill.
Certain Republican and conservative legislators have proposed legislation making it more difficult for woman to learn about and to buy the Pill. There has been no legislation proposed that I know of that requires a man to get a prescription to buy a condom or that prohibits anyone from teaching him how to put on a rubber.
“For at least 10,000 years or so virtually every political system, economic system and religion on earth has been designed by men for men. There is no natural or divine law that requires any of these structures to be designed in the way that they have been. During those same 10,000 years every justification of those structures have been developed by men to benefit men.”
“A few days before their historic decision granting homosexuals the freedom to marry the person of their choice, the US Supreme Court took away the right of many black people to vote. So what this means is that now gays can join the Republican Party without shame while a lot of African-Americans…still cannot vote even if they are Republicans.”
“… the origin of Hells Kitchen? Before Slaughter on Tenth Avenue, there was Indigestion on Ninth.”
- Our Complete Guide to Birth Control (bet.com)
- “Who Doesn’t Use a Condom?” (myrandomsinglelife.com)
- How Effective Is The Pill? -By Caitlin (thepillhealthproject.wordpress.com)
- Hear a Crisis Pregnancy Center Staffer Lie About Condoms and the Pill (jezebel.com)
- Beck wears condom glove and ‘birth control nose ring’ to mock MSNBC host (rawstory.com)