Tag Archives: St. Louis Choice study

The Pill is 1965 Technology

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This post is 2 in the series: Twenty Times Better than the Pill. Futurist Sara Robinson has called modern contraception the most disruptive technology of the last hundred years. From the time our ancestors first walked out of the Great Rift … Continue reading

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Dramatic Drop In Teen Pregnancy Really a Technology Tipping Point

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By now many Americans have read the basics: 9000 St. Louis women are offered their choice of contraceptives for free. Two years later, the teen birthrate is at 6 per 1000 instead of the country average of 34. The abortion … Continue reading

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9 Clues That Reproductive Policy Is Economy Policy

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Anybody who says that talking about reproductive rights is a distraction from talking about economics is not running the numbers. A study of 9000 women showed that access to free contraception radically dropped the rate of unintended pregnancies, two thirds … Continue reading

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