Dr Janet E Smith
Our program discusses an adult theme and may not be suitable for younger children.
For better than forty years, western women have had access to the birth control pill - a potent drug primarily used to control her reproductive cycle.
Touted as a way of freeing woman from the unpredictable possibility of conception, the birth control pill has walloped an impact both unanticipated and long-reaching.
Is there a relationship between chemical contraception and a man's attraction to a woman? Has the birth control pill caused a change in the social behavior of men and women?
Can the birth control pill affect a woman's decision making ability in her selection of a future husband? Is there a sub-conscious component that causes men and women to be attracted to each other? Does the pill interrupt that component? Interestingly, the answer to all these questions is, "yes".