Making Birth Control Acceptable in France A new reading of the change in the 1967 legislation on contraception

  • Published 2007

Abstract

Introduction: Rethinking the History of Contraception in France In 1967 a new legislation on contraception was passed in France. It gave every adult woman the possibility to go to her physician and have birth control devices prescribed to her. At the time it was perceived as a major event and a dramatic change. But the shift did not really occur in… (More)

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@inproceedings{2007MakingBC, title={Making Birth Control Acceptable in France A new reading of the change in the 1967 legislation on contraception}, author={}, year={2007} }