Embracing post-fertilisation methods of family planning: a call to action — Raymond et al. 39 4: 244 — Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care.
Elizabeth G Raymond of Gynuity Health Projects, and her colleagues suggest flushing women chemically every time they think they might be pregnant. They even suggest the possibility of flushing women once per month to be sure that no undesirable embryos are clinging to life in their reproductive tracts. This type of chemical birth control is touted as possibly preferable to the forms which have been designed largely to reduce the possibility of fertilization.
The group calls for more research targeting drugs which kill early human embryos. It’s getting to be a brave new world, with flushable women to fulfill the sexual desires of guys who do not care about them. Perhaps our overseers think that bringing this new class of drugs to market could enhance the financial position of the new class of part time female, service providers springing up in this economic “recovery”.
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