May 24, 2013 ( – A group of Canadian women launched last week a class-action lawsuit against the maker of a recalled birth control pill after sex on the faulty pill resulted in the naturally designed outcome of such activity, namely babies.

As many as 60 women claim that they became “wrongfully pregnant” while using Apotex’s Alysena birth control pill and are collectively seeking $800 million  in compensation.

Four women, who would not wait to see if the potential windfall applied only to mothers who kept their babies, tragically opted to kill their surprise babies by having them aborted.


Lawyers say they are receiving a “steady stream” of phone calls from women who are anxious that the contraceptive “they placed so much dependency on” may have failed them.

“We have well over 25 women who now claim to have become wrongfully pregnant while taking the drug Alysena. We have hundreds more who have contacted us and expressed concern and trauma and are in a waiting game,” said lawyers at Watkins Law Professional Corporation who are taking the case.

What this case shows more than anything is how utterly enslaved women have become by being on the pill. They have become enslaved to technology, drug companies, and illusions of “sexual liberation,” all at the expense of their own true selves.

Women on the pill must rely on the integrity of a pharmaceutical company controlled most likely by fat men to keep their fertility in check.

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By going on the pill, such women have simply handed over a core part of their femininity — their fertility and feminine health/well being — to be regulated by a profit-driven industry.

Now that the pill company (again, controlled by men) has failed these women, they are visibly shaken. Now that a mistake in pill packaging has momentarily freed their female bodies to do what it was designed to do by nature – namely to help create and nurture new life within – they are outraged. Now that “sexual autonomy” guaranteed to them through the prone-to-error human invention called “the pill” has been exposed as a delusion, they are indignant and traumatized.

What this case especially illustrates is how the pill has turned many women into haters of new life. While news of a newly created, totally unique, and unrepeatable human life should be a source of great joy, wonderment, and amazement, women on the pill see it as a source of anxiety, grief, trauma, and potentially a class action lawsuit.

While the creation of every new human life should viewed as a gift and be met with an expression such as “Thank God, humanity has a future; my little one will bring unique gifts and talents into this world,” women on the pill however target that new life for destruction through abortion.

If women want true empowerment, authentic autonomy, and real control over their bodies and their fertility, perhaps they might want to look into using the scientifically proven and totally natural methods of fertility awareness. These include the Billings ovulation method, the Creighton Model FertilityCare System, and the symptothermal method. These let a woman know the 100 or so hours per menstrual cycle that she is fertile and capable of conceiving. If she wants a baby, she has sex during this time. If she doesn’t want a baby, she refrains from sex during this time. It’s that easy. And as a bonus, it’s even approved by the Catholic Church as a morally legitimate way to space children.

Fertility awareness methods will only help women be true to themselves. Such methods mean no more drugs. No more chemical cocktails polluting her body and wreaking havoc on her delicate hormonal balances. No more her body being dependent on failure-prone drug technology. No more her natural and beautiful gift of fertility being unnaturally frustrated. No more her procreative potential being artificially separated from her personhood. No more her relying on a profit-driven company to stop a natural process from happening in her body. No more her having to sue a company when said technology fails.

Women, if you want to do something good for yourself, ditch the pill. Stop letting your life be dominated by male CEOs of drug companies. Take back control over your fertility through fertility awareness methods. 


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