Essay about Women´s Right: The Pill and Plan B

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Does History Repeat Itself? Since the begging of time, women have always been judge harshly and have had certain standards and requirements held against them, that are presented to the community as expectable behavior for women. Women have struggled for independence and rights throughout history and currently in some places in the world; where women are limited to certain activities, political and religious beliefs. “The pill” and plan b which are oral contraception pills or also known as birth control, contributed immensely on the dramatic change of the social and sexual landscape in the United Stated and other counties in the world. It forever changed the fate women where always protrude to carry out thought their lives and certainly…show more content…
Does History Repeat Itself? Since the begging of time, women have always been judge harshly and have had certain standards and requirements held against them, that are presented to the community as expectable behavior for women. Women have struggled for independence and rights throughout history and currently in some places in the world; where women are limited to certain activities, political and religious beliefs. “The pill” and plan b which are oral contraception pills or also known as birth control, contributed immensely on the dramatic change of the social and sexual landscape in the United Stated and other counties in the world. It forever changed the fate women where always protrude to carry out thought their lives and certainly empowered woman but as well in a lot of cases seemed to have lowered the high classy standards women followed. The first birth control pill aka The Pill” went out into the markets in the 1960’s. Distinct from other type of contraception at that time it was reliable and managed by the women herself allowing neither the approval nor awareness of the women’s sexual partner. Women had finally gained power over their own fertility. “The pill” made the sexual revolution of the 1960’s possible; although controversial it certainly changed the consequences and morals of sexual activities. In the 19th century having sex with a woman meant marriage and kids in the future that all changed when birth control came out. Birth control lowered the

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