So what's your stance on birth control?
We Orthodox say what we mean and mean what we say.
not the misty "language of piety" you take refuge in.
I know...you want all that misty mystery for Orthodoxy...but you can't have it all, I fear.
Not that you haven't been told it before:
XII. 3. Among the problems which need a religious and moral assessment is that of contraception. Some contraceptives have an abortive effect, interrupting artificially the life of the embryo on the very first stages of his life. Therefore, the same judgements are applicable to the use of them as to abortion. But other means, which do not involve interrupting an already conceived life, cannot be equated with abortion in the least. In defining their attitude to the non-abortive contraceptives, Christian spouses should remember that human reproduction is one of the principal purposes of the divinely established marital union (see, X. 4). The deliberate refusal of childbirth on egoistic grounds devalues marriage and is a definite sin. http://orthodoxeurope.org/page/3/14.aspx
Any particular reason you asked that, and not my views on the filioque, Vatican supremacy, atonement, mandated clerical celibacy, etc. you know, things that would involve you and me, and not something, since we are both male, wouldn't?
Oddly enough, Ultramontanists who embrace Orthodoxy are not called upon in the rite of reception to renounce Humanae Vitae and the Corban factories a/k/a the Marriage Tribunals of the Vatican, but this is the two differences that Ultramontanists love to bring up at any opportunity. Don't want to talk about the little things like corrupting the Orthodox Creed into which the Catholic Church baptizes.