In India family planning is largely associated with population control and it is always women centred. The most important aspect of women’s health is child bearing and pregnancy and this could not be automatically improved by just focusing on women centred family planning approach. With this narrow family planning and maternal and child health care focus, women’s other health problems like sexually transmitted disease, unsafe abortions, reproductive tract infection, etc. are neglected. Hitherto women are seen as the pro-creation agent of population and all family planning interventions are targeted to women. Women’s health and lives are deeply affected by the women focused family planning strategies. Women have become soft target of family planning methods and this has led to very coercive situation in all over the world. Family planning and contraception adds morbidity burden on women and it entirely ignores the reproductive decision making part of women.