"was even opposed to the legality of contraceptives for MARRIED couples."
Your post betrays your ignorance. Bork was not opposed to the legality of contraceptions. He was opposed to the Court's decision in Griswold v. Connecticutt, which substituted the court's personal opinion for a state law. The beauty of this country used to be that states could be laboratories, and people would be free to live in the state they want. Over the last 50 years, the court and federal government have forced the states to become more and more alike, so now it is getting very hard to try new laws and see if they work or not.