Catholic Church contraception policy: Is birth-control an unfounded approach to demographic control?

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  • No, birth control is an important approach.

    The contraception policy of the Roman Catholic Church is antiquated and misogynistic. Birth control helps to control our demographics so there is enough for everyone. It also ensures that women and their partners do not have to bear and raise children they can not accommodate for whatever reason they may have.

  • No, many people use birth control for family planning.

    No, birth control is not an unfounded approach to demographic control. People have been trying their own methods of birth control throughout much of history. The birth control rule is one of the Catholic rules that is followed the least among Catholics. However, that is not to say that the Catholic church must accept birth control because most people do. They should be allowed their own opinion and way of life.

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