One day, another pest control guy came to the door.
I'm here to get rid of the mice!
Now I'm going to mouse-proof your house so this never happens again!
Now I never have to worry about mice again!
"Where the disease is tuberculosis, syphilis or some other organic malady which is aggravated by pregnancy, women appeal in vain for instruction concerning contraceptives."
"Physicians are willing to perform abortions where they are pronounced necessary, but they refuse to direct the use of preventives which would make the abortions unnecessary."
"My interest in the proposed amendments is to see American womanhood freed from forced maternity."
Our story is inspired by the writing of Margaret Sanger, who wrote "How We Shall Change The Law." She described the laws against contraception and the idea of forced motherhood. In our story, Layla finds herself unwillingly sheltering an invader. All of her attempts to get rid of it are in vain, even when it causes her physical harm. Layla represents mothers, and the mice represent unexpected pregnancies. Eventually, Layla receives advice on how to avoid future infestations, and lives happily ever after.