American women today enjoy a right that for thousands of years of human civilization was virtually unheard of: The power to decide if they will have children and if so, how many they will have.
For that, you can thank lots of people, chief among them the scientists and researchers who invented and later perfected safe and effective forms of contraception.
But you can also thank a woman many people have never heard of. Her name is Estelle Griswold. Read more