Birth Control Contraceptive In The 1960's

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Before the 1960s, not all women were allowed access to the popular birth control contraceptive known as “the pill.” Birth control pills were only given to married couples, due to the Supreme Court ruling in the year 1965. However, what about all the other unmarried women who needed means of contraceptives, right? Well, it was not until the year of 1972, that the supreme court ruled in Baird versus Eisenstadt, that the oral birth control contraceptive be legalized for all women regardless of what they marital status was at the time. This time period from the 1960s - 1980s was known as the Sexual Revolution. The Sexual Revolution was a time period that helped shape and change America forever. Women during this time period felt change

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