The History of Birth Control

Newsweek presents a pictorial history of birth control methods. We've come a long way since the Greek philosopher Aristotle recommended olive oil as a spermicide! -Thanks, Steadyburn!

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This bears repeating: The birth control pill, Yaz, has been linked to a number of adverse reactions, including strokes and lawsuits are growing over these issues. Here is some good information:
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You'd think...however I've read several texts about them using it and none mentioned anything like that. I do know that most reptile poo is just uric acid so it would most likely just burn a lot.
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My favorite form of historical birth control is from Egyptian women...they had these good ideas like animal membrane and spermicidal sponges, but one of the most popular was just straight up putting alligator dung in the vagina!
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