Purposely avoiding sex when fertile in order to avoid becoming pregnant is no different than any other form of contraception.<quoted text> No, you are incorrect.*purposely* avoiding sex when fertile is to avoid pregnancy. Contraception means that one is having sex and attempting (via artificial or natural means) to BLOCK potential pregnancy from occuring .
There are times when we should avoid sex. I had scheduled surgery and couldn't risk being pregnancy so I abstained. Nothing wrong with that.
I may want to make love when not fertile. That's okay. I may be in the mood when fertile. Thats okay. I am not FORCED to have sex when fertile. Your analogy says otherwise.
Contra means "against."
Ception means "conception."
What you are doing is "against conception." It has nothing to do with how it is done.
This is indisputable.