Calling of Wife and Mother wrote: Motherhood is both a demanding and a rewarding profession. Though a woman approaching the twenty-first century is different in many ways from her foremothers, she is in at least one way forever the same. Some would say that she is a servant of her biological fate, to which she has to adjust her other pursuits. Of course, this may be interpreted as mere slavery with the procreative and nurturing tasks as the shackles; but, on the other hand, this biological duty may also be accepted as a divinely assigned destiny with the awesome opportunity for a woman to link hand and heart with the Creator God in bearing and preparing the next generation" (Dorothy Patterson) http://www.cbmw.org/images/onlinebooks/rbmw/high_calling_wife_mother.pdf
Perhaps the pill enables a 21st c. woman to pursue an MDiv and the pulpit vice children. Does taking the pill make you liberal, or does liberal make you take the pill? When 90% of the Church's economy is fueled by the pill, without any dissent from the preacher, "girl-power" is rising up, toppling the 2,000-year tradition of male-only pastors. If you're in Seminary, you might as well marry an MDiv because y'all will be co-pastors just like Joel and Victoria.