I vote yes as long as they are paid for by the individual. Not my business who and how many times a woman sleeps with same as it shouldn't be my financial responsibility to pay for them.
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I'm torn on this one. On the one hand, I think birth control should be readily available to both men and women, so for that reason I lean towards yes.
But on the other hand, most of the women I've known who have been on birth control for awhile have had side effects that needed a doctor to deal with, so that makes me lean towards no.
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Drinking too much water can give you medical complications that require a doctor. Seriously people the insanity here of the bygone protestant hesitancy is illogical at best. The good birth control pills do far outweighs the negatives. The irony being most women are already on BC pills so it's an inherently illogical argument. Women seem to be doing just fine on them now the access needs to be made easier (if not outright subsidized).
It's the basic ignorance based patriarchal argument of "Women can't handle the freedom of birth control pills" (When ironically they already are).
No, of course they shouldn't. We don't have nearly enough unwanted pregnancies now - we obviously need more. Making birth control available over the counter might somehow impact this.
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