On the other hand, advertise female birth control and/or family planning resources, and it's condemned by the right.
Prolific sexual functionality is apparently a desirable thing for men, but not for women - except in situations of submissive duty to procreate.
The men are the ones rightly in charge of the women's reproductive health/fate, as they see it. We women are apparently not to be trusted with our own bodies.
Why else would they have held all-male congressional hearings on birth control?
I wonder how their wives, daughters, nieces, and granddaughters feel about this. (With some research, that might be a blog post for another day.)