Definitions for "birth control"
the act or process of deliberately limiting the number of one's children born, especially by preventing conception.
natural or artificial methods of avoiding pregnancy. The introduction of " the Pill," an oral contraceptive, to U.S. markets in the mid 1960s opened the way for the sexual revolution of the period.
The regulation of conception, pregnancy, and/or birth.
A religious plan where if a man has sexual relations with any of a long list of people, both he and the woman are put to death Leviticus 20. (Note, there is no provision for waiting 9 months to see to it that any unborn baby gets a "right to life" first). Option the church attempts to deny women.
drugs that sometimes cause increased hair growth