A Brief History On Birth Control and Womens Rights
1914-1921 Margret Sanger, a womens rights activist opens first birth control clinic in Brooklyn.
1951- Sanger and endocrinologist Gregory Pincus, famous for creating a test tube rabbit, meet at a dinner party. Sanger gives him information and persuasion to create the first oral contraceptive.
1960- The Pill is approved by the FDA.
1962- 1.2 million women are on The Pill after two years. After another year, almost 2.5 million women are taking the contreceptive.
1964- The pill is still illegal in 8 states.
2000- The Equal Employment Opportunity makes it so employers insurance must cover the birth control pill.
Womens' Birth Control Clinics are in Danger
What Planned Parenthood Does For a Society
Despite what you may have heard, Planned Parenthood does good things for our young people and adults with no insurance. Here are some of the following services Planned Parenthood Provides:
Men's sexual education
Best part about Planned Parenthood; it's virtually free
So you can get all these things for free (or very low cost).