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Charles Knowlton, the Father of American Birth Control
Decades after Charles Knowlton died, his book would be credited with the reversal of population growth in England and the popularization of contraception in the United States.
Covering Viagra, But Not Birth Control?
The different ways insurance companies treat Viagra for men and birth control for women show the inherent sexism and legal biases involved.
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