Skip to comments.FDA lowers age for buyers of Plan B pill to 15
Posted on 05/01/2013 4:32:31 AM PDT by Phlap
In a surprise twist to the decade-plus effort to ease access to morning-after pills, the government is lowering the age limit to 15 for one brand - Plan B One-Step - and will let it be sold over the counter.
(Excerpt) Read more at apnews.myway.com ...
But adults still have to show ID to buy decongestant.
This country’s murder industry, Planned Parenthood for those attuned to more polite description, is probably very very pissed right now.
The money for stopping life (either self-administered, or by PP abortionists) is about to reorient itself.
So, a woman (teenager/child’s) $300 expenditure to get rid of the soul at a PP sanctioned murder-mill, becomes a BIG PHARMA boon for a $15-$50 pill....
Yep, you can bet they be pissed right now.
The morning after pill is a massive dose of hormones; the same type in birth control pills. Women with heart conditions should not take it. So lets put it out without any controls.... Sure.
a 15 yo child can’t drive in most states, can’t get a legal job in most states, can’t get an ear pierced, can’t go to a tanning salon, can’t purchase and take an aspirin or allergy pills but they can purchase a dangerous medicine designed to end life and ingest it without anyone knowing.
I wonder how many deaths the media won’t tell us about next year.
This is about maximizing the corruption of the culture.
If there are no consequences, how can you identify behavior as “wrong”.
I’m wondering where the conservative and moral red line is. And if “they” cross it, what will WE do. Legislation, voting , and tea parties don’t seem to be stopping any of this (or even slowing it). Looks like time for a new alternative. I’m open to suggestions.
This will ruin the lives’ of many girls and young women if for no other reason than the female endocrine system being massively complex and likely to respond negatively to such powerful hormones.
Wait till they lower it to 10. Pervs!
What 15 year old has an ID other than a Library card with age 15 written in pencil?
There are idiots who'd still take the job, but fewer of them.
It will be on the candy aisle probably
Well, now that that’s settled, they can move on to figuring out what to do about Super Gonorreah.
“There is no peace” says The Lord “for the wicked”.
How can the government approve something that could only be used if statutory rape had occurred? No girl 15 can consent in any state, so the FDA is approving, without over site the hiding of a crime!!
Ready for cephalosporin-resistant Gonorrhea?
And they've known about this connection for a long time.
According to testimony offered to the FDA in 2004, sexually-transmitted infections soared in the British Isles when Plan B" was made available without prescription in 2000. Ignoring the warning signals from the UK, California subsequently became one of the first states to permit the sale of Plan B over-the-counter without an age limit. (Compiled testimony of Wendy Wright, Carole Denner, and Jill Stanek, "The Morning-After Pill: An Ill Wind This Way Blows.")
Sexually-transmitted disease reports then skyrocketed literally tenfold--- well, read abut it here:
This is so disgusting--- even Sebelius was initially against this (or so she says -- who can you believe?) -- but Obama overruled her.
Gonorrhea pictures (Link.) Don't click unless you have a strong stomach. Gonorrhea is can sterilize both males and females, is very painful (especially to males), it can kill newborns, and --- unless effectively treated--- it can precipitate septic shock and can kill YOU..
Here's how the connection works: Plan B available to minors OTC --> huge, predictable upsurge in minors having sex especially without condoms --> huge predictable upsurge in STD's including gonorrhea --> huge predictable upsurge inminors flocking to County Health Depts, PP and suchlike clinics, and getting antibiotics ---> the inevitable emergence of antibiotic-resistant strains of gonorrhea.
The trap snaps shut. The "experts" knew it was coming. Lo, the SuperBug.
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