According to a new study by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, giving women free birth control does not increase risky sexual behavior – however, evidence found within the same study contradicts these conclusions.
Walter and Lori Hoye, founders of the Issues4Life Foundation, have found evidence within the “Change in Sexual Behavior with Provision of No-Cost Contraception” study that contradicts the politically correct headlines that free pills don’t increase risky behavior. The Hoyes are alarmed at the blatant disregard of significant facts within the study’s data.
For instance, they quote a USA Today article published on March under the title:”Study: Free birth control does not increase risky sex” which stated: “researchers looked at data on 7,751 participants ages 14 to 45 who completed follow-up surveys. All were either sexually active with men or planning to become active when the study began. Among those without partners at the start, just 5 percent were virgins.”
Again according to the study: “46 percent who were virgins at the beginning of the study were still virgins, despite their earlier intentions to start having sex.”
Studying the effects free birth control will have on women who are already sexually active and possibly using some form of birth control will show few if any significant changes in behavior and yield the big abortion/more birth control result of minimal, if any increase in risky, promiscuous behavior. The Hoyes equate this with rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic and serving free drinks as the ship is sinking to passengers already on board.
However, studying the effects free birth control will have on women who have never been sexually active or used birth control, reveals dramatically different results. Of the five percent who were virgins at the beginning of the study, 46 percent were still virgins after receiving the free birth control. This means 54 percent of the women who were virgins at the beginning of the study became sexually active after receiving free birth control.
In spite of this glaring increase, the study’s Project Director and researcher at Washington University, Gina Secura said. “It’s not as if getting birth control opened the floodgates’ on sexual activity.”
The Hoyes disagree. “If your business gave away free samples and had a 54 percent increase in customers from a customer base that would never have bought your product before, wouldn’t that be significant?”
They add: “Not only is a 54 percent increase in sexual activity a flood and more than enough reason to continue fighting against the HHS Mandate and Obamacare, this is the same tactic used by Planned Parenthood in the 1960s when targeting Black Americans for abortions.”
They present a three minute clip from Life Dynamics featuring Mark Crutcher, President of Life Dynamics, Inc. in Denton, Texas and Dr. Clenard H. Childress, Jr., Pastor of the New Calvary Baptist Church in New Jersey, which drives this point home.
Mark Crutcher says: “To understand what the agenda was behind the legalization of abortion, all you need to do is look at statistics from the U.S. government. Studies from the CDC show that, prior to legalization of abortion, approximately 80 percent of all illegal abortions were done on white women. One study in New York even found that white women had five-times as many abortions as black women. But at the moment abortion became legal, that began to reverse. And that’s why the legalization of abortion was so crucial for the eugenics movement. Legalization created the ability to market abortion in the black community and, from a eugenics standpoint, that changed everything.”
David Kyle, writer, director and producer of BloodMoney, says, “Women and girls are given this false sense of security that if they use birth control pills they won’t get pregnant. Planned Parenthood knows statistically — without a doubt — that X number of women will get pregnant with or without birth control. Planned Parenthood knows that when someone doesn’t use birth control perfectly, the failure rate just skyrockets.”
Even the Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s own research arm concludes in their February 2014, “Fact Sheet” entitled “Induced Abortion n the United States” that: “Fifty-one (51%) percent of women who have abortions had used a contraceptive method in the month they got pregnant, most commonly condoms (27%) or a hormonal method (17%).
The Hoyes conclude: “As Christians we should not be forced to cooperate with BIG Abortion’s push to target Black Americans for abortion by FLOODING our neighborhood’s with birth control knowing the wholesale destruction of human lives that lies ahead.”
The Hoyes’ foundation is dedicated to ending abortion by raising awareness of the impact of abortion and the biblically immoral implementation of biotechnology in the Black American community.
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