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Birth control   Listen
birth control  n.  The act or process of deliberately limiting the number of one's children born, especially by preventing conception. Note: Conception may be prevented by ingesting medicines, using barriers such as condoms or spermicides during copulation, or by ligating or removing the reproductive organs.
Synonyms: birth prevention, family planning.

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"Birth control" Quotes from Famous Books

... everyone who stops to think will admit that the expression of an emotion deepens it. One can "work oneself up into a rage" by shouting and swearing. One can deepen love by expressing love. It is noticeable that the whole case for birth control has repeatedly been argued from the ground that the act of physical union not only expresses but intensifies ...
— Sex And Common-Sense • A. Maude Royden

... never forget going to hear Chesterton debate on Birth Control with some Advanced Woman or other. Outside the hall were numbers of her satellites offering their literature. I was just about to say something unpleasant to one of them when a ...
— Gilbert Keith Chesterton • Maisie Ward

Words linked to "Birth control" :   natural family planning, birth prevention, birth control pill, calendar method of birth control, contraceptive method, pulling out, contraception, planning

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