Comments for: Equal health care for Maine women takes center stage

Posted Nov. 16, 2012, at 8:38 p.m.

AUGUSTA | When Fatuma Hussein first encouraged fellow Somali women in the Lewiston area to use birth control, she hit a wall. As Muslims, we can’t, the women said to Hussein. Our religion forbids it. Today, several years later, many of those same women are using contraception. But their …

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  • Anonymous

    Pregnancy is not a disease. If you want to space out your children, natural family planning works just as effectively as artificial contraception, yet the practice of it respects the natural laws of God. My wife and I can attest to that from 22 years of experience. Best decision we ever made, to get our sexual lives right with God.

    • Rocky4

      BULLSHEET!

    • Guest

      Pregnancy is a parasitic relationship the body has for nine months. The fetus is a parasite living off the body.
      Many diseases are due to pregnancy. Artificial contraception works best.

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