If you’re referring to birth control methods, the major argument against birth control is that it prevents the life of a child from forming. There is further controversy concerning the birth control pill because the long term effects remain largely unknown. Perhaps the most debated form of birth control is Plan B–also mislabeled the “abortion pill” because it prevents pregnancy after sexual intercourse opposed to before. However, it must be noted that the use of condoms prevents sexually transmitted diseases, AIDs, and teen and unwanted pregnancy.
If you’re talking about the environmental effects of birth control, see link below: http://greenanswers.com/q/9655/health-wellness/medicine/birth-control-bad-environment
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