Monday, May 13, 2013 9:47:13 AM
Is anyone concerned with the fact that women who can't afford birth control pills are using Plan B instead? It`s the poor girl`s birth control, but I don`t think any research has been done into the risks of using this drug on a frequent schedule. It was only meant to be used as a last alternative. That concerns me more than 15-year-olds being able to buy it.
Sunday, May 12, 2013 10:49:34 AM
And as a reference, the article is about free access to day after birth control, and as I stated, teens drat like rabbits. This whole "taking advantage of" arguement falls through for the reason that if both parties agree to an action, both are at fault. If one does not it becomes what is known as rape in a western legal perspective. In short if a 15 year old girl chooses to date a 20 year old guy, that is their choice and their business.
However should accidents occur, the free access to these tablets means a possible curb in teen pregnancies since people no longer have to feel ashamed or worry about their boyfriend going to jail due to poorly made laws.