Birth Control

and

Women

by kate flinner

Since the nineteenth century, the use of birth control has been scrutinized, criticized, and defamed

 

 

M O T H E R

 

S E D U C T R E S S

Birth control affects all people, but women bear the social implications--both positive and negative--associated with it due to their role as childbearers because they possess the physical manifestations of pregnancy

 

L O V E R

 

C A R E G I V E R

 
The use of birth control has carried with it various connotations for the roles of women, which still thrive today