The governor doesn't think using birth control makes him "an awful Catholic"
The effect continued even when women stopped taking the pill
"Spending on the pill could be cut by $1.5 billion annually"
Opposition to the Pill is opposition to women’s emancipation
Fifty-five years ago, "the Pill" hit the market
Today’s debates about sex education in the U.S. have a tendency to come back to the question of abstinence versus contraception. But back in 1948, when a...
Within mere weeks of the publication of TIME’s first issue in 1923, sex education was making news: the “Social Hygiene Bureau” had done a survey of 5,000...