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birth control:

Coined in 1914 by Margaret Sanger (1879-1966), mother of Planned Parenthood. Sanger argued that women could not enjoy sex until they could stop worrying about becoming pregnant .
See Also: 21:7 oral contraceptive program, 21:7 pill program, abruptio placentae, aconuresis, anal fantasies, B.C., baby blues, baby bust, biparous, birth control clinic, birth-naked, birth-rate control, birthday, blasted event, blessed event, candidiasis, carezza, chronological age, coitus interruptus, coitus obstructus, coitus saxonicus, congenital, control scene, controlling part, corsetting, cum sponge, delivery room, drop a pup, dropping a pup, French methods, karezza, moniliasis, nipped in the bud, power exchange, pulling out, scum dump, spuzz receptacle, state prostitution, teratophobia, topping from the bottom, vaginal yeast infection, Vatican roulette, wad sop, withdrawal method, yeast infection

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