If a woman can drive a car or be a parent, then why can’t she be trusted to buy the birth control pill over the counter?
Imagine thinking a woman can be trusted to decide when to call the doctor for her child after a head injury or with a fever, but not be able to navigate short instructions on a package?
Info on why the pill should be OTC https://drjengunter.com/2015/06/16/the-daily-beast-says-an-over-the-counter-pill-isnt-safe-science-says-theyre-wrong/ …
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