Read the cry for help of a friend to show studies that birth control pills are BAD for women’s health they are likely to suffer a myriad of lifetime disabilities and injuries.
Does anyone have any decent links showing the dangers of birth control pills? A friend of mine’s little sister is being forced on it by her parents. She’s 14 years old and might have to suffer a lifetime of gut dysbiosis etc. due to this, so we’d like to show the parents some good information and write ups about it before they jump head first into this decision.
you don’t need any links, it is all there in the fine print, either on the package or inside the package, just read side effects section, death is just one of the listed side effects.
Wow, talk about culture shock and Nazism. Nazi parents. Whatever happened to “FREEDOM” to choose… to be HEALTHY. Whatever happened to freedom to choose to have healthy natural reproductive baby making sex?
Oh I get it, in the 2011 contraceptive Nazi mindset, you can do any deviant sexual acts as long as you don’t get PREGNANT. As if PREGNANCY is the GREATEST EVIL IN THE WORLD!
There are loads of evidence against contraceptive birth control pills and related paraphernalia, drugs, hormones, patches, injectibles, etc. Here is a link to just one of them.
Just Say “No” to Birth Control Pills
By Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D.
Being injured and dying and suffering at the hands of birth control pills is a BAD THING.
People need and want to reproduce, it is in our human nature… This is a GOOD THING. What needs to be done is to channel that reproductive life giving energy to something good. Marry off the children and have a family… this is a GOOD THING. At least you know who’s banging your daughter and you do approve of the guy banging your daughter… and you don’t call it banging anymore, it’s call making love… possibly making baby love… this is a GOOD THING. It’s what the ancient institution of marriage was for… Marriage is a GOOD THING. And parents get the bonus of becoming doting grandparents to nice cute grand kids. (or is having grandkids now out of fashion too? ) Babies and Grandchildren are GOOD THINGS.
The trick is, you don’t marry off a young girl to a young lad who has no financial ability. You can marry off the 18 year old girl to a 28-32 year old man who is well ready to settle down, makes a good living, can finance several children… this is a GOOD THING. The obscene culture of contraceptivizing children to contraceptively fornicate with fellow children hypergamously at the moment of their sexual awakening until their sexuality tapers off in their late 20s and 30s is just sick and obscene. And I’m saying this from a paleo diet and lifestyle health perspective.
No raw paleo dieter uber health buff will ever agree to these dangerous drugs called birth control pills. And for what? To worship at the feet of the contraceptive culture of PREGNANCY IS THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD that can happen to a teenage girl? So a sexually awakened healthy teenage girl is to be POISONED by proven track record very dangerous drugs so that her natural healthy sexuality is sabotaged so she can be temporarily neutered until she ages beyond her 30s and only then do you stop neutering her with these proven dangerous drugs so she can then “try” to make a baby?
In the twisted and evil contraceptive mindset of the 21st century, getting pregnant during the natural / biological / “God given” years of 14 to 28 are unacceptable TOO YOUNG ages. These ages are only fit for contraceptive sex since pregnancy and mothering at these ages are considered TOO YOUNG… and will supposedly DESTROY THE FUTURE of their daughters. Did you Christians know that God blessed Mary with the child Jesus at age 14? Or did you misread that and thought Mary was 40?
The brainwashing, the complete flipping, the complete opposite of GOOD and BAD and GOOD and EVIL is complete. 21st century people are bereft of any guidance. Yet you do not need to believe in the superstitions of deities when you follow HEALTH… TRUE HEALTH… as nature intended as your true GOD intended.
Being sexually awakened in the teenage years is NATURAL. It was only until 1990, that Philippine civil laws were changed to raise the marrying age from 14 to 18. Humans have not evolved that fast. 14 is a viable reproductive age, a sexual age. The peak reproductive ages of females is still around 18 to 24. Yet the twisted mindset of 2011 thinks getting married or getting pregnant between the ages 18 to 24 is the highest of tragedies for women!
All I care about is true health, the true nature of humans and the way our biology works. Living this life will be easier and in better harmony if you follow human biology and you adjust everything else. Instead of trying to twist human biology into something nature never intended it to go. You will and do get very bad consequences. Your women are sick, they slut around for many years, they become diseased and infertile, unmarried and alone. Of course this is all planned brainwashing programming by the powers that be circa NSSM 200. The brainwashing is complete. 1984 George Orwell was correct.
In case you missed it. Birth control pills are baaadddd for your health. Wish them on your enemies, not on your loved ones like your very own precious daughters.
I’ve read a few of your articles, and I agree with a few things you mention: fresh fruit, organic foods, sex is the biological drive to reproduce, etc. However, I had to question you on this article.
I’m an early twenties young woman. I am on birth control. I do not think this automatically puts me on death row, or makes me a slut, or that I will become diseased and alone for the rest of my life. I agree with you that pushing a 14 year old onto the pill without consent is, at best, a bit severe. However, I noticed that the article didn’t say WHY she was going on the pill. It’s not used just for contraception, you know? I’m on mine, not because I’m out having sex, but because it’s helping balance my hormones. Again, I’d be leery of forcing a 14 year old on it without just cause, but perhaps we don’t know the whole story. In any event, the moment she turns 18, if she doesn’t like it, she can just drop it.
I also agree that having sexual urges from adolescence onward is very natural; we are ‘the human animal’ after all. However, I do not think it prudent (as a woman) to have sexual intercourse unprotected during these years. It’s not because I think we should repress our urges; but rather, from 18-25ish is normally the defining years for everyone. Some go off to college in another town, or even another country where there is a larger pool of people. Some of these people are not nice, and some of them have sexually transmitted diseases.
In short, I find several holes in your theory.
1.) While this is the age where fertility is peak, this is also the time that is usually the most turbulant in someone’s life. Having a child during this time can and DOES affect your life, sometimes for the worst. You can’t go to class if your baby is sick. You can’t put your life on ‘pause’ while the child grows. Taking care of the child (should) become the number one objective in the parent’s life. Yet because they cannot finish school, not only do they fall short of their potential, but the child will be brought up in a household that ‘could’ have had a better shot at life. It may not be ‘natural’, in your sense, but it is responsible.
2.) Getting married is not a bad thing, in my opinion. However, going back to the ‘turblent years’, I think there is such a thing as marrying too young. Where is the logic in bonding yourself to someone forever when you might not even know your true self just yet? Think of it as false advertising.
3.) Pregnancy is not the greatest evil in the world, though for some people, it can be problematic for their life plans. As such, plans for avoiding pregnancy is needed.
4.) While it may be natural to seek out someone to ‘bang’ as you so eloquently put it, some people just do not want kids, and some people should not HAVE kids.
5.) All drugs have side effects, and the people who make and sell the drugs must list EVERY SINGLE POSSIBLE side effect. Even if only one person out of one million had an averse affect, they would have to put it on the warning label.
6.) Population control. Lack of resources in some areas. Financial issues. These are very good reasons to use contraceptives.
A side note: speaking as a Christian, might I point out that Mary had Jesus waaaaaaay back before modern day? Might I also point out that it was quite common back then to marry young? I also put forth that people died younger as well. Lastly, God informed her of her impending pregnancy, which she would not have gotten otherwise. Sometimes a heads-up is really nice so you can prepare.
I am not Mary, nor will I ever give birth to Jesus, so pardon me for not getting impregnated in my early teen years.
On a technical note, I find your lack of professional sources slightly disturbing. One or two claims does not a legitimate article make. Why should one take you seriously when you cite your own articles or only one other blog article that has a nice little disclaimer at the bottom stating: “Answers, comments and opinions provided on CureZone are general information, and are not intended to substitute for informed professional medical, psychiatric, psychological, tax, legal, investment, accounting, or other professional advice”. Use articles or online journals that have accrediation with the world. It not only stregthens your theory, but it also shows that you are in the know, and you keep up to date on these things.
Interesting theory, but hopefully you’ll have more proof next time to back whatever it is you’re selling, because I don’t buy this.