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Judge Green Lights Exploitation of Girls With Over-the-Counter Morning After Pill Ruling

Mary1255 Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 10:34 PM
So now teenage studs who want to have sex with underage girls won't have to mess with condoms--they'll just take their partner to the drug store afterwards and have her pop a pill. How can she say "no" when it's so easy--and they won't have to mess with their manhood when they're "in the mood." Cool move, your honor!
ThousandLaces Wrote: Apr 07, 2013 1:15 PM
She can say "no" for any reason, or no reason, if she doesn't want to have sex. Also, Plan B doesn't prevent STDs like a condom does.
RiffRaff Wrote: Apr 06, 2013 10:58 PM
Yeah, and it doesn't always work and sometimes is totally unnecessary. Plan B becomes Plan A and she still gets an STD. What a plan!!! What is she thinkin with?!? Never mind.

Your kids can't drink soda, take Tylenol at school, bring homemade cupcakes to their classrooms etc. and adults can't get certain allergy medicines or Sudafed without showing a proper form of government identification to a pharmacist yet a judge has ruled that the morning after pill, better known as Plan B, should be made available on the store shelves for girls of any age. That's right, Plan B will be made available to any girl, at any age, at any time with zero parental consent.

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