9 Lies Republicans Tell About Women's Bodies

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    Let's start with the first 'lie' in your article.

    "As a man, would it interest you to know that Dr. Brownstein just published an article that links the pill to prostate cancer?” state Rep. Jeanine Notter (R) '


    The claim was an article was published.

    Did this Dr. Brownstien publish such an article, or not?

    Or did you just come here to spam?
     
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    Oh shut the fuck up...

    First off the fetus IS NOT THE WOMANS BODY!!! The fetus is its own individual ..

    Yeah I know, the idea of individualism is too difficult for progressives to understand...

    Woman don't own children - children (in the womb or out) are not property.....
     
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    November 16, 2011 — Countries where oral contraceptive use among women is high appear to have correspondingly higher rates of prostate cancer, according to a study published online November 14 in BMJ Open.

    Several recent studies have suggested that estrogen exposure increases the risk for prostate cancer, David Margel, MD, from the Princess Margaret Hospital, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, told Medscape Medical News.'

    Medscape: Medscape Access
     

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