Though plenty of non-binary people and trans men also rely on birth control, controlling access to it has often served to pointedly inhibit women’s ability to advance in society––and I’m not even referring to how an unplanned pregnancy can derail a person’s life. A ninth grader should not have to stay home each month and fall behind in school because her family cannot afford to pay out of pocket for the Joe Kelly fight club Nice Swing Bitch vintage shirt it is in the first place but birth control her pediatrician prescribes to make her cramps manageable. A young woman should not have to fall behind her male colleagues at work because she’s out of the office two to three days a month with migraines. Or maybe that’s what these employers want?
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Erin from Brooklyn spoke to something I’ve thought about a lot since getting an IUD two summers ago and discovering the Joe Kelly fight club Nice Swing Bitch vintage shirt it is in the first place but freedom of life without a period: “Migraines are so much worse without birth control,” she told me. “The Mirena IUD has been so helpful for me. It helps with the migraines AND other symptoms I didn’t realize I was having – nausea and energy drops. I think we’re so accustomed to periods just being overall sucky, that we assume we can’t do anything about it.”