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By Judie Brown,  American Life League, Aug. 20, 2019

The latest environmentally correct headline claims that “Contraception Is the Answer to Climate Change.”

Why is that? you might ask. Well, doesn’t everyone know that human beings are the problem because, as the writer claims, there are “too many of them, and born too fast.”

While this pessimistic gibberish has been around for many years, we would do well to think about it again, especially when considering one’s individual bodily integrity. After all, contraception is not only dangerous but a pollutant to the human body.

Commentator Matt Walsh gets it. He recently wrote:

“We are living in a strange time. Americans—younger Americans in particular—are obsessed with organic food, and grass fed beef, and free range chickens, and so on. We try our best to avoid ‘chemicals’ and anything that we have judged to be ‘artificial.’ We want desperately to live a ‘natural’ and ‘simple’ lifestyle. Yet, for the most part, we have not extended this principle to birth control.”

Did you ever wonder how there can be such a disparity between how we claim to care about our planet and how we couldn’t care less about our individual bodies and our souls? ….