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"Womb-man" says Contraception is Bad for Her

May 20, 2012

birth control.jpegBeth Mueller is a 34-year-old
 German woman who thinks separating sex and  procreation
 is psychologically damaging.

by Beth Mueller

Although we all call ourselves human, men and women are completely different creatures. Just look at our bodies. Although the list is long, the obvious difference is often so easily overlooked and underestimated: the womb. It is what makes us female.

When I really started to understand the depth of what this meant, it changed my entire outlook on life. The problem is that modern society teaches women not to identify with their womb and the fact that they were designed by God to get pregnant.

We should be having children. We should even be having them early! That is our God-given role in nature.

I am 34 years old and I will never put myself in the position where I have to say to a man, "Honey, I'm pregnant, WHAT DO YOU THINK?"

I should know that the man is there for me and that- as scary as it may be for both- the fact that I am pregnant should not come as a shock! IT IS THE LOGICAL CONSEQUENCE OF SEX. Might as well get things set up for a life and a future beforehand...

I have no idea what a condom feels like for a man, but as a woman it is terrible. It took me a while to figure out why I found it so disgusting, till I realized it's the subconscious message: " I want to sleep with you, but I do not want to give you my all, my seed"

 It makes me feel used. One time, I had a boyfriend who I cared for very much. We had not seen each other in a while, it was agreed that a condom be used, but in the heat of the moment, at the moment I had completely trusted myself over to him and couldn't say no anymore either, he entered without was such a traumatic, painful and paralyzing feeling because at that moment I just knew that I was alone.

 This guy did not have the means to help me. Although he said that he would be there for me and help, I just realized he did not have the means and that I was alone... although I don't blame him and love him as a human being, my romantic feelings for him just disappeared from one moment to the next, never to return because I just felt so empty and had been me helping him financially, me carrying all the burden, he probably couldn't have even helped me finance an abortion.

Thank God it never came to that, I was not pregnant, but that could have been my fate...I've already accompanied two girl friends to get the day-after that what life is all about?
And the terrible thing is that- as much as we try to work against it- God designed  women to get pregnant. It should be our greatest joy! Instead we act like it is a punishment from God! 

And we do everything to avoid the most natural thing in the world...and to the point that we feel subconsciously guilty about the fact that we can get pregnant.
I have made a decision. If the thought of becoming pregnant the moment I am having sex does not bring me joy, but fear of dealing with it alone, it is not worth it. ...

Condoms are so terrible that most opt for the pill. I ask you, is that any better? For men, it's easier because it's not their body, they can focus on the sex...but, what does the pill really do to a woman's body and her psyche??

This is an area which no one likes to talk about...decreased libido, pseudo-pregnancy, depression...and everyone acts like it's only about finding "the right one"!

No one is questioning the whole concept as a whole...

I have had many women even go a step further, just get the tubes tied.... when a women starts messing with and deactivating the womb...she is also flushing her womanhood down the drain with it...

The womb stands for motherhood and motherly, nurturing and caring qualities... a woman without a womb is a man, just look at how some of them act...

For woman to start healing from all this mess, we need to start identifying ourselves with our womb! We should love the fact that we can get pregnant from the inside, identify ourselves with our body and the way God made us...

Everything else is hurting ourselves (often on a sub-conscious level). We need to know what we are looking for in a man. It's our duty to set higher standards. Women are worth so much more. We have been selling ourselves too cheap.
We need to send men a clear message. Women and children come part and parcel. If you only want me with contraception you must not want me bad enough.
It's selfish of men to want the sex and not give their all, the seed...women are fertile ground. We are designed for something to be planted and to grow in us....

Take that away from us and you have no idea what it does to our psyche. Take that away from us and we turn into men. Act like men. That's the problem.

Then the men complain that there are no real females left...but for those of us left, who actually wants the responsibility of providing for us and children? 

Save the males...but what about the females? Who can save us? We have to work together to expose the lies and propaganda to start saving each other...

Beth responds to Bill whose comment is below:
No seed is worth it if the man thinks like you, Bill... if this woman were to accept your negativity she would opt for a life alone and accept the status quo....but this woman believes that the only way of fighting a culture of death is with life....and life is in the womb.  We must start having children despite all (illusional) odds. Or else there will be no more humanity.
This woman knows that there is a true and living God. It's about HIM , not us.  She knows that God will provide the right husband for her - not the perfect man, for there is no such thing: no one is perfect except God Himself, but we should all strive to be more like HIM, in whose image we are made...

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for ""Womb-man" says Contraception is Bad for Her"

Michele said (May 22, 2012):

I just wanted to say that this is an AMAZING article filled with truth. Very good writing and insight Beth!

Al Thompson said (May 22, 2012):

I never thought of it this way but it makes a lot of sense. This is another good reason to refrain from sex until marriage. There's a good reason for the commandments, and this may a good reason why it should be kept. This lady's explanation makes a lot of sense. It is refreshing to see an article like this because aside about knowing that the commandments exists, it is helpful for people to know why something doesn't work.

Victoria said (May 21, 2012):

I couldn't agree more with Beth. I believe, too, that she has pinpointed the cause of female frigidity, for if one cannot trust one's partner to care for one in all ways, how can one be swept away by an orgasm? When two people are in love and have committed themselves to one another, they should be looking, not at each other, but in the same direction. This is the key to successful relationships.

Both men and women have been sold a bill of goods by a bunch of controlling, obsessive, self-proclaimed 'elites' and it is up to us of the older generations, who have experienced this 'social programming' first hand, to try and get other information across to younger people. Unfortunately, it seems to have to be passed on to other people's children rather than one's own, so successfully has the school system brainwashed children into belittling the wisdom of their own parents. The natural order of things whereby both a father and a mother were provided for all children in order that they might be raised, lovingly, as the parents see fit has been perverted. I would highly advise any of your younger readers who are anticipating becoming parents to research the legal issues surrounding marriage, birth 'registration' and so on. In fact, there was an article pertaining to this on your website only a week or so back. We are beholden to our 'controllers' to get their licenses and registrations only to the degree we succumb to their threats.

So-called 'feminists' are, in my opinion, the most anti-female people of all. They will not rest until women have 'beaten' men at their own game, not seeming to realize that, by so doing, they repudiate much of what is good about themselves. It is now women who push for their daughters to be aggressive and competitive whereas, I suspect, most fathers would be happy to encourage in their daughters the traditional feminine virtues of gentleness, grace, empathy and nurturing. (How about it, dads? You'll probably have to fight your wives for it but aren't your daughters worth it?) We could do worse than to show the very young films of many of the classic movie stars of the 1930's and 40's. Emulating the behavior of women such as Ingrid Bergman, Audrey Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Donna Reed, and so on could restore many of the feminine graces to the female sex and help to heal our fractured society.

Glenn said (May 21, 2012):

hank you Beth.

Your truth is undisputable.

I sincerely hope you find a like minded man.

All of us, men and women, have been brainwashed to accept sin instead of wholesomeness.

Save the males. Save the females. End the khazarian ashkenazi false-jew zionist Rothschilds from destroying this world in every way.

Bill said (May 21, 2012):

Even though I am a man who has suffered at the hands of a vindictive wife, her lawyer and the unjust family court system, I still find this article compelling. The author is right - women were made to have children. Contraception has negative physical and emotional consequences. Of course, having a baby you cannot afford or do not want has far greater negative consequences!

i find it interesting how she lost all romantic feelings for her partner when she realized he did not have the financial means to support her and her potential child. For her, not having sex until her security needs are met makes perfect sense.

Men and women truly are different creatures. As an idealistic young man, I wanted a marriage that was so loving that 8 children would decorate it forever. After one child, however, I realized that the marriage might not survive and chose to get a vasectomy. Best decision I ever made! My partner became increasing distant and hostile and I could not extricate myself from her emotional or financial abuse through divorce.

So the article is a wonderful insight into the mind and heart of a woman. I wish her well, but... Let this be a warning to men. With vaginal sex comes children and huge financial liabilities. Are you sure that's what you want? If not, either abstain or make sure she cannot get preggy. Don't become her slave.

PS. If this woman was willing to assume the financial responsibility for having sex and children, the whole scenario would change. No man would withhold his seed from her. But as long as she insists on someone else paying for her kids, nothing will change.

Angela said (May 21, 2012):

Beth Mueller makes a lot of sense here, though she doesn’t seem to have the full picture yet.

God designed marriage for the continuation of the human race and He means for sex and procreation to be kept within the bonds and security of marriage. No other way works.

The contraceptive pill as well as masculinising women, has feminised men, and I have heard that boy babies can be feminised by the contraceptive pill taken by their mothers.

There is clear evidence to show that contraception actually raises the abortion statistics.

Lastly the pill is the only medication that I can think of that is designed specifically to make a woman sick, i.e. to turn a healthy fertile woman into a sick infertile woman. People seem to be so completely disorientated as to believe that infertility is a good thing.

Robbie said (May 21, 2012):

As always, God gets it right......

Hebrews 13:4.

Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.

1 Corinthians 6:18.

Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body.

Oliver said (May 21, 2012):

What a condom feels like? Like kissing with a plastic bag in between.

I have witnessed natural (non-chemical, non-hormonal, non-pill, usually cycle related) contraceptive methods work, from the woman´s side, for years. I also doubt, if it could be justifyably called a love relationship, if an "accidental" child would lead to a single parent. I believe love and sex belong together for a functional soul life.

The article brings up many valid points.

Malcolm said (May 21, 2012):

Re Beth’s comment –

Save the males...but what about the females? Who can save us? We have to work together to expose the lies and propaganda to start saving each other...”

Any man who is not affected by this plea - is no man at all. Will real men step up to the plate please?

Nadir said (May 21, 2012):

Humanae Vita (1968)

17. Responsible men can become more deeply convinced of the truth of the doctrine laid down by the Church on this issue if they reflect on the consequences of methods and plans for artificial birth control. Let them first consider how easily this course of action could open wide the way for marital infidelity and a general lowering of moral standards. Not much experience is needed to be fully aware of human weakness and to understand that human beings—and especially the young, who are so exposed to temptation—need incentives to keep the moral law, and it is an evil thing to make it easy for them to break that law.

Another effect that gives cause for alarm is that a man who grows accustomed to the use of contraceptive methods may forget the reverence due to a woman, and, disregarding her physical and emotional equilibrium, reduce her to being a mere instrument for the satisfaction of his own desires, no longer considering her as his partner whom he should surround with care and affection.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at