Aaron Clark
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Chesterton points to why the Church objects to contraception (for more discussion of human and societal consequences, see Paul VI, "Humanae Vitae"). Sex is ordered to procreation: this doesn't mean that we have to try to conceive every time we have sex-- rather, we acknowledge that this is what sex (and any pleasure that comes with it) is ultimately for. Either sex is related to procreation, or it isn't. To say that it is only when we "want" it to be is unreasonable for inviting incoherence.

Actually, hormonal contraceptives also cause death - in newly conceived babies, and the woman develop blood clots, heart disease , and breast cancer.

But be chaste. Chastity, no matter our state in life, means coherent integration of our sexuality into our persons. John Paul II reminds us that lust in marriage is still sinful. "Saving yourself for marriage" and then disrespecting your spouse with contraception and pornography is not "safe sex," even if monogamous. Moreover, having a wedding ring on your finger does not make it okay.

Get married and be faithful=safe sex. I'm tired of seeing how you buy a cow to get milk.or a pig for the bacon. Man UP! Be firm with your love GET MARRIED!

Oh Joy Sex Toy: The Birth Control Implant. I have Implanon and that's totally me at the end. "TOUCH IT!!!!"

Oh Joy Sex Toy: The Birth Control Implant. I have Implanon and that's totally me at the end." It helps give an idea of what other type of birth control there is besides pills.

The most religious states have the highest teen pregnancy rates. Surprised? That's what happens when you teach kids abstinence instead of how to protect themselves. They're going to have sex, just like you did, just like your parents did--get a clue already.

a pattern of ignorance. The most religious states have the highest teen pregnancy rates. Still think abstinence-only sex "education" works?

Unplanned Babies Are Born. The average American woman spends about three decades of her life trying to avoid unintended pregnancy. Her success may depend on access to family planning services and on a variety of socioeconomic factors, including where she lives. Unintended pregnancy rates and highest and rising among low-income women, especially in the South and in states with large urban populations. These births bring tremendous costs to struggling families and to the public.

A powerful infographic by the Guttmacher Institute and The Huffington Post that shows where unplanned babies are born by state - and how much money the state saves by investing in birth control vs. dealing with those unplanned births

The visualization also contains quotes from an interview with Maka Gegechkori, Reproductologist, MD.PH.D, which was recorded by JumpStart Georgia on May 25, 2013.

As JumpStart Georgia's previous visualization has shown, contraception awareness is not high in Georgia. Thus, JumpStart Georgia decided to research a