January 08, 2019

The birth control pill is dangerous!

Martina MarkotaRebel Contributor

I'm not a fan of the Pill. Not for religious reasons or anything - I just think it's really bad for you. 

I've always refused to take it, and some recent news stories have reaffirmed my commitment to that.

Story after story shows just how nightmarish this Pill is, and today I want to talk about some of these stories and how exactly the pill is bad for you.

Ladies, don't take it. It's dangerous!

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commented 2019-01-14 18:03:46 -0500
I agree with Miss(?) Markota that its sad and strange that she just went on another type of pill. “And it seemed to be going well.” Maybe because shes on blood thinners. WHAT THE HELL? Didn’t she just say in the article that she could have died?

OH brother, as a dad of 10 kids 6 girls, 4 boys, I’ve, well, we’ve tried to instill the belief that sex is meant for marriage and marriage alone, and in marriage it is meant for pleasure (age appropriate) and bonding and healing and procreation. two become one.

Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to CONCEIVE?

On a lighter note I hope Miss Markota reads these comments, not for mine, obviously, but for BARBARA CLARK. Who succinctly and aptly said, “Thanks for sharing this article, it was really useful for me.”

That must make her day, JOB WELL DONE.
commented 2019-01-09 12:47:52 -0500
Women really need some self confidence in this matter. I think it should not be progesterone, but prolactin if that helps.
Its still better to have a couple of pregnancies before pumping your body full of synthetic hormones to break it in. Its the second puberty for women. Women without having a kid are kinda under developed according to women who’ve had kids.
Your hips aren’t widened, your brain isn’t rewired. Your breasts haven’t been broken in. Even women who see women with healthy & many kids see those women having a higher status on an instinctive level.
Women need to define feminine, not men.
commented 2019-01-09 08:13:23 -0500
Thanks for sharing this article, it was really useful for me.
commented 2019-01-09 02:05:30 -0500
Ideally, NaPro (natural procreative) Technology is the most ‘green’ method for women to take. Also for women having difficulty conceiving or gynecological problems https://www.naprotechnology.com/
Not only is the birth control pill life threatening, the abortion pill (RU486) has killed women/girls. There is an abortion pill reversal procedure that can be done if the woman changes her mind (better to change your mind than lie on the bathroom floor bleeding to death). https://www.physiciansforlife.ca/abortion-pill-reversal/
commented 2019-01-09 00:00:41 -0500
Yes, all to often the shortcomings of pharmaceutical birth control is avoided, including in the governments so-called sex education curriculum…

The hormones that regulate reproduction control more then just birth. They control many other necessary bodily functions and messing around with that process is like playing Russian roulette with your health.
commented 2019-01-08 21:05:36 -0500
Thanks for pointing this out. Women dismiss the concerns of pro-life men without realizing that they’re putting themselves in danger. It isn’t natural to use drugs to control procreation. And before somebody gets on my case about rapes, my sister was the product of that and she’s one awesome lady.
commented 2019-01-08 18:52:27 -0500
The pill is a class one carcinogen.
commented 2019-01-08 18:49:19 -0500
“Let’s chemically spay the women for the sake of the men!”.
Yah, NO. Near sex slavery in some cases.
commented 2019-01-08 17:12:56 -0500
Again MM hits on a crucial topic. Good show. A few months ago I finally completed an e-book on the history of the contraception-abortion-sterilisation medical-industrial complex. Its title is: From Malthus to Mifepristone: A History of the Population Control Movement – it can be found here:


Excerpts can be found here:
commented 2019-01-08 16:36:52 -0500
The pill is not 100 percent effective either. My wife used natural family planning and it worked fine. The only downside was you have to abstain at certain times of the month. But hey, if you love your wife, whats a little sacrifice versus having her healthy and not polluting her body.
commented 2019-01-08 14:49:13 -0500
Damn I wish Maggie “open for business”would have used the pill,at least we wouldn’t be putting up with this fruity ass PM were stuck with right now!!!