How the Pill Ruined Relations Between the Sexes, in One Powerful Video

The Austin Institute, YouTube

Contraception had been around for thousands of years, but the advent of the hormonal contraceptive pill in 1960 was a watershed moment. By making contraception easier to use than ever before, it kicked off the sexual revolution and fundamentally altered relations between the sexes.

The video below argues that the Pill harmfully upset the balance between the sexes, which has led to less happiness for everyone involved.

What do you think of the argument of the video? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. This is a very simplistic and wrong view of sex and the pill. This model works for animals with no morals. The model leaves God and his plan for humans out of the equation. Men are capable of valuing women for more than sex. No thanks to videos like this. The pill can be used for much good depending on the situation the couple is in.

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