Doctors want pill that can destroy babies in the comfort of your bathroom 30 days following conception
Pill would be effective up to 30 days following sex.
Doctors are calling for the development of an after-sex pill that could be taken as late as one month after conception and would terminate a pregnancy. They're touting the idea as a contraceptive although correctly it would be an abortifacient.
The problem of course, is that it would be an abortifacient, not a contraceptive. Both methods for controlling reproduction are a flagrant violation of natural, moral, and Church law.
At the urging of these doctors, pharmaceutical companies are being asked to develop a pill that a woman could take up to one month after sex, which would require less thought and care. Such a pill could replace daily pills, which many women now take for contraceptive reasons.
Such a pill would be dangerous for multiple reasons, but it would also be popular because it would appeal to individual sloth and the lack of desire to consume toxic chemicals on a daily basis. It would diminish yet further all concept of sexual responsibility.
Advocates say it's a great step for choice. In reality, this is a lie. Choice already exists and always has. Women can easily control their reproduction via abstinence, marriage and monogamy. Moral, effective and inherently safe methods of birth control are available to women and cost nothing.
Yet, the pharmaceutical industry and leftist abortion advocates have managed to dupe at least two successive generations of women that the regular consumption of chemicals to suppress an intrinsic feminine trait, is somehow "liberating" and a "right."
In reality, these practices undermine that what is uniquely and inherently feminine and natural. Under the lie of control, they control the user, like any other drug, who feels compelled to consume them habitually.
The motive of the pharmaceutical industry isn't women's rights but rather profit. The global leftist feminist movement has been entirely co-opted by the industry of death.
Perhaps most importantly of all, each use of an abortifacient, each procured abortion, stands a 50 percent chance of killing a future woman as a child in the womb. There is no greater offense to womanhood that this.
The pill has not yet been developed, however given the enormous profit potential behind it, the odds are high that it will be created to the detriment of millions of women and their unborn children worldwide.
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