Almost ninety percent of women in the U.S. have used the birth control pill. While we often heard about deleterious physical side effects of the pill, we seldom hear about the psychological and society-wide impact of a majority of the female population utilizing a medication which fundamentally alters a woman's reproductive hormonal cycle. This session will discuss the long and short term effects both on an individual and at a societal level of widespread birth control usage. Utilizing data from biological, neurological, psychological, and sociological research, let us unravel the problem of the pill and its effects on relational and romantic interactions between men and women in modernity.