Margaret Sanger Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Margaret Sanger

This Biography is about one of the best Nurse Margaret Sanger including her Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Margaret Sanger
Real Name Margaret Sanger
Profession Nurses
Nick Name Margaret Higgins Sanger
Famous as Birth Control Activist
Nationality American
Personal Life of Margaret Sanger
Born on 14 September 1879
Birthday 14th September
Died At Age 86
Sun Sign Virgo
Born in Corning, New York, United States
Died on 06 September 1966
Place of death Tucson, Arizona, United States
Grouping of People Atheists, Feminists
Family Background of Margaret Sanger
Father Michael Hennessy Higgins
Mother Anne Purcell Higgins
Spouses/Partners William Sanger (m.1902-1921), James Noah H. Slee (m.1922-1943)
Children Stuart Sanger, Grant Sanger
Education Claverack College
Personal Fact of Margaret Sanger

Margaret Sanger is a well-known American social activist, sex and birth control educator, and a nurse who made the term birth control popular among the natives of USA. One cannot deny her unparalleled contributions to legalize contraception in the USA, in spite of being a common target for criticism from opposition. She also worked a lot in support of the eugenics. She believed that a woman should have equal rights in the society like a man and should be able to choose when to give birth to a child.

She argued that women should protest against unsafe or back alley abortions. She founded the American Birth Control League which is known as the Planned Parenthood Federation of America today and remained president of its international chapter for many years. The first clinic on birth control was established with an all female staff under her supervision in New York.

She also patronized the all American-African clinic at Harlem which was also a first of its kind. She was the founder of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control that paved the way for contraception to be legalized in the USA. Even after so many years of her death, she is still considered to be the founder, patron and an iconic figure in the world of modern birth control.

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