Bless the Diaphragm

"The womb veil, today known as a diaphragm or a cervical cap, was a popular 19th century form of contraception. Advocated by Emma Goldman and Margaret Sanger, they were sold widely through mail-order catalogues. In 1884, Dr. Edward Bliss Foote wrote in his book Medical Common Sense, It places conception entirely under the control of the wife, to whom it naturally belongs; for it is for her to say at what time and under what circumstances, she will become the mother, and the moral, religious, and physical instructress of offspring."

Fine art print on bright white, matte, ultra smooth archival paper using brilliant Giclee inks to ensure vibrant image quality. Printed on 13" x 19" paper with 1 inch border.

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