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nothing in the policy of scientific Birth Control to run contrary to
such an ideal of moral womanhood.
But the relation of Birth Control to morality is, however, by no means a
question which concerns women alone. It equally concerns men. Here we
have to recognize, not only that the exercise of control over
procreation enables a man to form a marriage of faithful devotion with
the woman of his choice at an earlier age than would otherwise be
possible, but it further enables him, throughout the whole of his
married life, to continue such relationship under circumstances which
might otherwise render them injurious or else undesirable to his wife.
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