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The first “Mother-Hygiene Office” was opened in Oslo in 1924 by Katti Anker Moller. The office provided information about contraception and sold books and pamphlets about sex, motherhood, and nursing. The office did not have a clinic on site, but…

Katti Anker Moller was an advocate for children born out of wedlock, as well as for the decriminalization of abortion. She established an office in Oslo in 1924 aimed at providing information about contraception.

Thit Jensen's account of her struggle for birth control in Denmark delivered at Sixth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference.
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