The Moral, Physical, and Psychological Dangers of Birth Control

The Moral, Physical, and Psychological Dangers of Birth Control

By Susan Ciancio

You are a different person on the birth control pill than you are when you are off the pill. And there’s no bigger deal than this.”   — Sarah Hill, PhD (author of This Is Your Brain on Birth Control)

If you listen to mainstream media, you will undoubtedly hear the benefits of birth control touted. Women can be “free.” They can have sex “without consequences.”

But what does this “freedom” get women? And are there really no consequences to the ingestion of synthetic hormones?

The glory of birth control is a lie. It is not the wonder drug that the pharmaceutical companies lead women to believe. Aside from the immorality, there are physical and psychological consequences as well—consequences rarely discussed with women in a doctor’s office. It is only through experience that women realize these effects. It is only through experience that they discover the dangers.

Read the rest of this article on Celebrate Life Magazine’s website at clmagazine.org/topic/medicine-science/the-moral-physical-and-psychological-dangers-of-birth-control.

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