The pill. Love it or hate it, chances are at some point you’ve used it. In its glory days it represented the liberation of women from the fear of unwanted pregnancies, allowing them to act freely and safely for the first time ever. But if you’re a millennial (born, roughly, between 1982 and 1996), it’s likely your attitude is more complex.
In fact, younger women are turning away from the pill in droves – an NHS study found that the number of women in contact with sexual and reproductive health services who used user-dependent contraception, including the pill, had dropped by more than 13 per cent between 2005 and 2015. It’s hardly surprising: a quick Google search chums up some alarming reports, from articles on possible links between the pill and cancer to claims that are outright bizarre, such as “contraceptive pills flushed down the toilet are turning fish transgender.”
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