Quite an interesting paper written by a member of the Muslim Student Association at the University of New Hampshire on the subject of contraception in Islam. It's fun to see people who desperately want to interpret religious texts to suit their wants, and while this one isn't so desperate, there's an underlying current that implies it!
My only complaint is that if you decide part of a religious text is open for interpretation, then all of it may be so. You can't claim bits of it must be literal and bits of it metaphorical because who decides which is which?
Hence my inability to select and follow any single religion. I'd feel like a hypocrite, and you know how everybody hates those!