The Free Birth Control blog site offers free birth-control apps, such as the free and effective Mirena Birth Control, for those with a credit card.
In fact, the site also sells the $50,000 device, which it has sold for about $250.
The site says it was founded in 2006, and the blog has received more than a million views since.
But, the Free Birth Contrace blog has also attracted controversy, with some people saying it encourages “slut shaming.”
One woman, who goes by the name “Ivea,” told The Daily Beast: “Iveas comment section is filled with people who hate birth control and the people who are promoting this site are doing it to hurt women.
They are telling women that the only way to have a good orgasm is to use condoms.
They don’t even tell the truth about what birth control is.”
In an interview with the Daily Beast, Mirena’s co-founder Johannes M. Hoffman said the company was “not at all apologetic” for the content on the blog.
“We want to offer birth control that is safe, effective and affordable for women of all ages and health levels, and we are aware of the negative comments and hateful comments we’ve received from people who do not agree with us,” Hoffman told The Associated Press.
Free birth control apps are available for Android and iPhone, with prices starting at $19.99 for a six-month subscription and $79.99 a year.
It’s unclear how many people have used the app.
(Reporting by Dan Whitcomb; Editing by Paul Simao)