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SHOCK! Higher contraception rates coincide with higher abortion rates! December 10, 2012

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, Dallas Diocese, demographics, error, foolishness, General Catholic, scandals, sickness, Society.
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The academic world is stunned, floored, flummoxed over mind-boggling findings that higher contraception rates don’t lower the rate of abortion, they actually increase it.  Because no matter how “free” or available contraception is, it still is prone to fail, and the mindset it creates (I will not be burdened with a child, no matter how much sex I have) provides such a disconnect from the sexual act and its proper end (procreation) that abortion is not only a possibility, it’s a near certainty for many:

A new study from Russia has revealed that, contrary to the claims of abortion advocates, Russia continues to have one of the world’s highest abortion rates despite higher contraception rates.

Researchers at Moscow State University studied changes in birth control practices in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine, and correlated the prevalence of “modern methods” of contraceptive use to trends in abortion.

They found that while Russian women have the highest rate of contraceptive use compared to those in Belarus and Ukraine, they also have the highest abortion rate.

Researchers were perplexed by this, calling the findings “contradictory,” “unexpected,” and “paradoxical.”

But they’re not paradoxical at all, unless you have a mindset that defines contraception as an unalloyed good and abortion as a “choice.”  As the article goes on to note, this “stunning” result isn’t exactly unexpected, or even newsworthy:

Scores of studies have shown that increased use of contraception results in greater sexual activity and, because contraception fails so consistently, in more “unwanted” pregnancies. This in turn leads to more abortions.

A ten-year study in Spain, published in the January 2011 issue of the journal Contraception, showed that the abortion rate in the country doubled between 1997 and 2007, even as 60 percent more women used contraceptive methods. The researchers concluded, “The factors responsible for the increased rate of elective abortion need further investigation.”

The left loves to present contraception as this wonderful, perfectly harmless way to prevent people from being burdened with children while enjoying all the (frequently) immoral sex they want to.  This is, of course, a lie, one of the more monstrous ones the left has built itself up on. Catholics know the truth – that contraception is a very harmful act that God opposes as it frustrates the end for which he created sexuality – the procreation of children.  The number of harmful side effects of contraception is endless: in addition to the very negative health effects (the latest one – the plummeting of male sperm counts due to very high estrogen levels in our water supplies), contraception has been directly involved in the destruction of the family, skyrocketing adultery rates, fornication, bastardry, the attack on the very notion of marriage, disastrous economic effects…. I’ve been over all this before.  I personally believe that contraception is the most widely accepted grave evil of our times. In terms of how destructive it has been, and how widely it is used – with even the large majority of “Christians” using it with abandon, nary a thought to the contrary – I would rate contraception as the core moral evil of our time.

But “researchers” can’t reach that conclusion.  To do so would mean career death and total ostracism from elite opinion.  So, it’s a total mystery.  Maybe they should put Perry Mason or Matlock on the case to solve it.

Comments

1. St. Anne Center for Reproductive Health - December 11, 2012

Reblogged this on St Anne Center for Women's Health and commented:
I cannot say this better than this blog post. How many studies will it take before everyone realizes the link between contraception and abortion.
St Anne, pray for us
Our Lady of Loreto pray for us

Woody - December 11, 2012

It’s like a drug addiction. They won’t listen no matter how much proof you show them. Very sad, indeed.

2. James Prime - December 12, 2012

Reblogged this on James Prime.


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