Actually, no, no one here is arguing that. All I said was that some dead Protestant legislators thought that in 1873. If someone has said that here on this thread or this forum, please point it out to us, I'd like to see it.
Otherwise, we might think you're trying to erect a straw man.
You may have pragmatic and realistic reasons to not openly advocate such, but the inescapable conclusion from your legal analysis (and appeal to consequences) is that you are against the legality of birth control.
Now assuming that for pragmatic reasons you are NOT advocating the illegality of birth control, how are you going to convince 75% of Americans that what they do in their bedroom is “evil” and that they should knock it off?