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Gail Collins writes that although the science of birth control has advanced marvelously, America’s ability to have a reasonable conversation about contraception is lagging.
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Gail Collins writes that although the science of birth control has advanced marvelously, America’s ability to have a reasonable conversation about contraception is lagging. “Even though 100 million women take the pill every day, to the great relief of 100 million or so of their partners, the terror of mentioning birth control is so great that the humongous new health care reform act has managed to avoid bringing it up at all.”


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