"I texted my boyfriend and said I am baby-free until 2016," Margaret Nupp, 27, says of her quick visit to the gynecologist to get the five-year IUD called Mirena.
Tired of trying to remember to take the pill, Nupp was drawn to an IUD because of "the infallibility of it."
The infallibility of it...until someone actually gets pregnant with an IUD.
It doesn't matter how much sex ed you give people... they think a 1% chance of pregnancy means NO chance.
When millions of people use contraception, thousands of women end up at the abortion clinic.