birth-control campaigner


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Noun1.birth-control campaigner - a social reformer who advocates birth control and family planning
crusader, meliorist, reformer, reformist, social reformer - a disputant who advocates reform
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Birth-control campaigner Margaret Sanger surrounded herself with a network of wealthy women who were integral to the success of her movement, not only because of their dollars but also because of their ideas.
In 1915 there was an important event in her life - Marie met Margaret Sanger, an American birth-control campaigner who had fled to England to avoid prosecution in the USA for the 'heinous crime' of distributing information about birth control in a newsletter which she wrote and distributed.
Margaret Sanger, a birth-control campaigner from America and Marie Stopes in England believed that "no woman can call herself free who doesn't own and control her own body".