College-aged students flashy website promotes alternatives to damaging contraceptive culture

In colleges from Texas A&M to Notre Dame and beyond, young people are using their media savvy skills to promote a chemical-free marriage.  The youth-based network launched 1flesh.org, which presents countless scientific arguments against the now standard forms of contraceptives and offers an alternative.

1flesh.org went live on March 21, 2012, the day the Supreme Court passed ObamaCare.  The site promotes Natural Family Planning instead of artificial contraceptives for married couples looking to space their pregnancies. Staying close to the media of youth, the site offers numerous audio/visual clips, blogs, graphics and testimonials.

1flesh.org holds that the widespread acceptance of artificial contraceptives plays a large role in the misuse of sex in our society and ultimately damages women.  According to statistics on the site, these contraceptives lower the sex-drive of women, lower sexual satisfaction, and lead to cancer.

They promote instead Natural Family Planning, a method that uses the woman’s naturally infertile periods to space pregnancies within marriage.

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