More than 200 million women worldwide want contraceptives, but don't have access to them, according to an editorial published in the , Lancet. That results in 76 million unintended pregnancies every year.»
It's not the first time lifestyle issues have been tied to the battle against . Climate change experts have previously recommended that people cut their meat intake to slow global warming by reducing the numbers of animals using the world's resources.
The Lancet editorial cited a British report which says family planning is five times cheaper than usual technologies used to fight climate change. According to the report, each $7 spent on basic family planning would slash by more than 1 ton.»
Isto ainda vai acabar tudo na logotanásia, ou seja, no extermínio científico (entenda-se selectivo e profiláctico, por "razões humanitárias") em nome do sagrado combate aos gambosinos.