Actually, no, I don't. But not for the typical moral reasons, I DO think contraceptions should be easily available and affordable for women, but I don't think it is wise for them to be OTC. Reason: These drugs have many (some serious) side effects, and dire consequences if not used correctly. It is naive to think that all women already know how to use them correctly... young women coming of age and other women who have never used them need to be instructed in their use by a doctor. I don't trust this responsibility falling on the pharmacists' shoulders. Also, some brands/types work better for certain conditions then others, so a doctor's opinion is once more a good choice.
Iburmaster is also right that some forms of birth control require "installation".