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You're right, FAM represents more than a lifestyle choice. It involves the rejection of a physician-oriented picture of health and a fundamental trust in what we see as our natural, feminine, sexual selves. Men cannot always understand this distinction because of their lack of reproductive agency, i.e., they do not have a menstrual cycle and are not able to house a fetus and give birth.

I would like to believe that current trends advocate for our position, but I still encounter considerable doubt when I voice my opinions regarding home births and any births that circumvent the use of drugs.

You mentioned that flexible spending accounts may provide for the use of fertility monitors. Do you think there is any use in contacting major insurance companies (i.e. United, Wellmark, etc.) to request their policies?

December 22, 2009 - 6:23pm


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