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FDA to allow 17 year olds to get "morning after pill"

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cookinwithgas    7,376

Looks like Friday night high school prowls are BACK ON

17 year old chicks dig riding in my Mustang to the Sizzler parking lot

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g5jamz    1,111

if parents were doing their jobs, it wouldn't be an issue.

Doesn't matter. Who's legally responsible if something goes wrong? Can't be the parents...does the liability shift to the doctor, pharmacy, or school nurse?

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jkeough    4

Opponents, including prominent conservatives, counter that it would encourage promiscuity and might even become a tool for criminals running prostitution rings, as well as for sexual predators.

WTF!?!

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cookinwithgas    7,376

Doesn't matter. Who's legally responsible if something goes wrong? Can't be the parents...does the liability shift to the doctor, pharmacy, or school nurse?

This is one of the two or three valid points you have ever made on this board. The other two, I'm pretty sure, were questioning Zods sexuality.

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g5jamz    1,111

This is one of the two or three valid points you have ever made on this board. The other two, I'm pretty sure, were questioning Zods sexuality.

Fiz...not Zod's. I guess I assume someone fixated on the TopCats would be hetero, but then again...he could be one of the Perez Hilton types.

BTW...my same issue with liability would pertain to abortion consent for minors.

I wonder how many in this very thread have daughters.

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cookinwithgas    7,376

I have a 17 year old daughter, and if she felt the need to keep all this hidden from me, well, she's a big girl and can make a decision like that on her own. But I hope she would not.

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Fireball77    0

if parents were doing their jobs, it wouldn't be an issue.

I agree 100%.

Problem is, kids aren't "raised" as much any more, they are "befriended".

Since fewer parents do their job now than used to do, I would prefer to see as few "unwanted" pregnancies as possible. I am really torn on it's being available to minors, but I would rather more people use BC than fewer. I don't get why there are more baby mommas and baby daddies than ever now though there is also much more freedom and availability and less stigma associated with getting BC at a young age. Heck, there's even less stigma with getting abortions than there was years ago. That's why I don't think it's a matter of "unwanted" with most of these pregnancies, it's a status thing or a lifestyle CHOICE. It involves the lives and the wallets of other people besides just the baby momma or daddy and that's a huge problem to me.

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