Contraception for the purpose of reducing overpopulation: Should contraception be used to reduce overpopulation?

  • Contraception Great For Reducing Overpopulation

    Yes, contraception and the education thereof should be used to reduce overpopulation. Studies show that developed nations with access to contraception and the education thereof do not have problems with overpopulation. Therefore, less developed nations should be given access to contraception and the education thereof to reduce their overpopulation problems.

  • Yes, contraception is proven to be the most efficient method for family planning.

    Yes, contraception is proven to be the most efficient way for avoiding undesired pregnancy. It is therefore clear that in the case of an overpopulated nation, contraception should be encouraged to be used by sexually active female who do not desire to become pregnant or by teenagers who are not ready to become parents. I think that family planning methods along with campaigns to raise population awareness on the issue of overpopulation, should be used together as weapons to fight against overpopulation.

  • Contraception is an evil invention of "mad scientists" that aims to hinder the natural spread of human life. Families should grow naturally.

    Contraceptives should be discouraged, because they have nasty side effects, are unnatural, and because each and every human life is of immense value and sacred.

    Condoms have problems of dulling of sensation, poor fit, semen backpressure, and multiple modes of "failure."

    As a pro-lifer, I am very much for a greater spread of human life, and a much stronger flow of babies into the world.

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