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  1. Margaret Sanger, a pioneer for the reproductive rights movement
  2. Planned parenthood federation of America
  3. Diaphragms, a form of birth control
  4. The birth control pill
  5. Intrauterine devices (IUD)
  6. The Depo Provera shot and Plan B

Modern birth control went through many obstacles before it was available to the public. In the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries, birth control and contraceptives were social issues that were fraught with controversy. This backlash led to legislation (e.g. Comstock Law) being passed that barred people, including doctors, from talking about contraceptives on the grounds of obscenity (Bone, 2010). For most the 20th century, birth control education and counseling was legally excluded as a part of what a nurse's responsibility and practice should be (Lagerwey, 1999).

[...] Margaret Sanger: Birth Control's Successful Revolutionary. American Journal Of Public Health, 70(7) Lagerwey, M. D. (1999). Nursing, social contexts, and ideologies in the early United States birth control movement*. Nursing Inquiry, 250- 258. doi: 10.1046 .00037.x Planned Parenthood. (2016). Who We Are. Retrieved November from https://www.plannedparenthood.org/about-us/who-we-are Hyde, J. S., & DeLamater, J. D. (2014). [...]


[...] Different Methods of Birth Control and Their History Modern birth control went through many obstacles before it was available to the public. In the United States during the 19th and 20th centuries, birth control and contraceptives were social issues that were fraught with controversy. This backlash led to legislation (e.g. Comstock Law) being passed that barred people, including doctors, from talking about contraceptives on the grounds of obscenity (Bone, 2010). For most the 20th century, birth control education and counseling was legally excluded as a part of what a nurse's responsibility and practice should be (Lagerwey, 1999). [...]

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