Until people learn that feminist isn't an identity it's a political/social movement, people won't understand anything you're arguing right now. That you can't just say you're a feminist, that you must be active against systems that exploit women is completely lost on them.
Which is hardly a new policy. Mizrahi Jews in the 50s and 60s were encouraged to used IUDs, which were still experimental at the time.
And in 1968, the head of the Women and Labour War at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital recommended IUD and hormonal contraceptives for women who shouldn’t get pregnant due to medical or social difficulties.Such a policy would allow the monitoring of women and “their reproductive organs”