A 1-Minute Scrapbook Shows The History Of Birth Control That You Should Probably Know

Behold the sassiest, craftiest (maybe ... the verdict is still out), shortest, and realest scrapbook out there on birth control. But as great as the beginning is, what's up with the end?

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Narrator: Once upon a time, in the year 1965, the Supreme Court decided that married couples can use birth control without getting arrested. In the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade decision, these men once again ruled in favor of a woman's privacy declaring access to safe and legal abortion a constitutional right. In the decade that followed, patriotic politicians across America have honor that right by redefining the concepts of access and legal. Today in the Hobby Lobby v. Sebelius ruling, the Supreme Court yet again has expanded a woman's right to privacy to now include her boss. This message is brought to you by LadyPartsJustice.com. kicking politicians out of vaginas since 2012.

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This video comes from Ladyparts Justice. For more info on the Hobby Lobby where-we-are-now situation, here's a nice, entertaining piece.

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Jul 11, 2014

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