No restrictions on the morning after pill. Are we sending the wrong message?
With all the unwanted pregnancies I don't think we are sending the wrong message at all. If someone chooses not to have/keep the pregnancy, that is there choice, better that then to bring an unwanted child into the world, just to be in the foster care/welfare system. We have to educate our children from the beginning, after the age 14-15, kids begin making their own decisions, so we need to teach them to make the right decisions at an early age when they are actually listening/paying attention.
The wrong message? Oh yes and count that among the thousands of wrong messages our young people are getting today. It is just sad.
Before taking any pill .Consult your Doctor ,or go to a clinic to be test . To see if You are in good conditions to take the pill. Some pills can be danger to your health. You can have a bad reaction. read more
In the United State we have freedom to choose. It is not the wrong message. Parents have a big responsability with their children about this subject.
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And how did you feel when such wrong decision was made?
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