The young woman first writes about using oral contraceptives for a medical, non-contraceptive, purpose—for the regulation of her menstrual cycle. But then she goes on to describe how emergency contraception (morning after pill), and condoms have been useful to her, in avoiding unplanned pregnancy and STD’s.
She says that she disagrees with the Church’s stance on contraception. Nowhere does she state that she disagrees with the Church’s stance on pre-marital sex. But apparently she does.
Which is it—oral contraceptives for medical reasons? Or oral contraceptives for birth control, as well as condoms and morning after pills?
Does she—and her peers—believe that sex before marriage is always and everywhere necessary? Does no one anymore believe that marital relations are intended for marriage?
Because it seems to me that the underlying assumption is this: everyone must have sex, therefore contraception must be mandated.