By Jen Castoro
Much has changed since the first issue of The Ladies' Home Journal, as it was then known, was published in 1883. But so much has remained the same! From the popularity of our "Can This Marriage Be Saved?" column to our showcasing of women's fascination with fashion and trends, we've long been on the pulse of women's lives. Test your knowledge of our storied past -- and take a guess at some topics that may surprise you!
Among the slew of controversial topics we've faced head-on was the heated battle over birth control in the 1930s. According to a poll LHJ conducted in 1938, what percentage of women were in favor of using contraception?