Naturally Female

Freedom & Empowerment Are Found in Embracing How We’re Made

In a recent issue of America, Pia de Solenni opens with an unlikely bit by female comic Taylor Tomlinson. For those not familiar with Tomlinson, she’s not known for her conservative bent. Like most comedians, Tomlinson tells her share of raunchy jokes, and she has spoken openly about leaving the Christianity of her upbringing.1 Nonetheless, in a video short, Tomlinson quips, “I’d love to get off birth control, because I’d love to meet me, you know?”

Not quite what you’d expect from a secular comedienne.

Souring on the Pill

Tomlinson then asks her audience, “Has anyone in here gotten off birth control? How did that go for you?” One...


is the managing editor of The Natural Family, the quarterly publication of the International Organization for the Family.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #67, Winter 2023 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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