Human sexuality online

13-Nov-2017 11:45

"Allowing women to plan their pregnancies also leads to healthier outcomes for children.

A recent study showed that if all births were spaced at least two years apart, the number of deaths among children younger than five would decline by 13%.

Barber (2011) notes that religions promote fertility by encouraging marriage at a much earlier age than amongst the non-religious.

Bearing this out is Catholicism, which has an infamously strict suite of dogmas that forbid all kinds of birth control.

Contraceptives prevent unintended pregnancies, reduce the number of abortions, and lower the incidence of death and disability related to complications of pregnancy and childbirth".

The numbers of abortions that are prevented by contraception is staggering.

In the case of incurable diseases, such an event can lead to unsurmountable suffering.Condoms help prevent the spread of disease - their effect is strong enough that long-term use by a community can gradually eradicate strains of sexually transmitted diseases from the community.Venereal disease causes unimaginable suffering and can affect the purely innocent.It is inconsistent, for example, to say that contraception and abortion is "murder" whilst ignoring the fact that poverty and overpopulation are far bigger killers.Aside from population control, "the health benefits of contraceptive use are substantial.

In the case of incurable diseases, such an event can lead to unsurmountable suffering.Condoms help prevent the spread of disease - their effect is strong enough that long-term use by a community can gradually eradicate strains of sexually transmitted diseases from the community.Venereal disease causes unimaginable suffering and can affect the purely innocent.It is inconsistent, for example, to say that contraception and abortion is "murder" whilst ignoring the fact that poverty and overpopulation are far bigger killers.Aside from population control, "the health benefits of contraceptive use are substantial.On the other side of the fence, it is worth knowing that all of the pioneers of contraception were freethinkers (that is, people who are opposed to the influence of organized religion on peopleĀ“s opinions and beliefs).