Research from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute showed in 2011 that a majority of abortions took place in America after contraception failure, stating that “54 percent of women who have abortions had used a contraceptive method [usually condom or the pill] during the month they became pregnant.”
One UK government report found that cuts to contraception did not increase abortion rates, as expected, but may have actually decreased them.
Ozimic suspects that abortion providers will use the BPAS study to push for more contraception.
“Abortion merchants like Ann Furedi use ‘contraceptive failure’ as a leverage for both more abortion and more contraception,” he said.
Ozimic said that contraception’s effect on culture and society has been wholly negative. “It deems unborn human life disposable and discards any notion of individual responsibility for sexual behavior,” he said.