I'd like to hear what people on AP think about the issue of covering contraceptives under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act rule that required church-affiliated universities, hospitals and nonprofits to include birth control without co-pays or premiums in their insurance plans. What's your position and why? Do you understand the debate? Do you think men have a right to take part in this decision?
CONDOM! YOU MEN NEED TO PUT ON A CONDOM!! leave with what you came with. How dare the United States and the rest of the f*cking world DEBATE about my PUSSY!!! this is my pussy, my female parts, my female problems that most people don't give a f*ck about. NO MORE DEBATES. show some respect for the PUSSY!!! if i don't want kids, i ain't gonna have kids, that's my choice. if i have to pay out the ass for birth control, you are going to pay for the pussy!!!
In my opinion BC should be provided free at no cost to those who aren't able to afford them. The amount of disease prevention and other preventive measures they provide far outweigh the other issues that might be associated with the BC.
CHOICE is freedom! BC, as a corporate industry, historically is just a eugenics program in place to control the sexual freedom and health care of indigenous Americans. Lets not forget that Dr. Kellogg and the Planned Parenthood organization were known to encourage the "purity" of the races; meaning, they were quite frankly white supremacists. Sentiments in the Healthcare Industry have not changed so much. Abortions, while in most cases are decided upon by the bearer of the seed, are encouraged by the health care industry for stem cell research. I referenced a doctor who claims, the medical industry uses aborted fetal tissue to make vaccines. Child bearers and Seed providers should just plan better, not leave anything un-talked about! Especially contraception, that may be causing disease later in life. i just believe like Malcolm said, don't depend on the man for nothing! Black magic/shamanic healing/Acupuncture/Home remedies/Mother wisdom is just a safer gamble too me. It's still science, just not under capitalistic intensions!
The cost of a pack of condoms is a whole lot cheaper than the burden of an unwanted child on society. I would happily pay taxes for free public access to condoms and safe sex information.