BIRTH CONTROL

Volume 46
WINTER 2017

 

Editor-in-Chief
Lynn Brewer-Muse

 
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CHORUS OF DOMINATRICES

A poem by Emily F. Butler

Pains today include: stomach, abdomen, breasts, thighs, mind.

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The GREAT american experiment

A poem by Sherry K. Anderson

They didn’t tell you their little pills in spinning wheels made you sexless.

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pro-choice

A poem by Kathleen Murphy

Contemplating having an abortion—

what a horrible situation to be in.

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senescence

A poem by Megan Merchant

It is the first day of fall and my doctor is wearing

moccasins, beads, the color of autumn, sewn onto skin.

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some truths are hard on the body

A poem by Emily F. Butler

1.

Ceasing to take birth control due to lack of sexual activity has greatly increased your libido.

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stiff-necked in respect life month

A poem by T.C. Mill

My bedside drawer holds a rosary and a vibrator.
I don’t use either of them often

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we'll make it happen

A poem by Gayle Bell

if you take away

access to birth control

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