Comments for: Pediatricians: Prescribe morning-after pills to teen girls in advance

Posted Nov. 26, 2012, at 9:16 a.m.

NEW YORK — Wading into the incendiary subject of birth control for young teenagers, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) on Monday called on the nation’s pediatricians to counsel all of their adolescent patients about emergency contraception and make advance prescriptions for it available to girls under 17. Because current …

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  • Anonymous

    Wise move.

  • Anonymous

    Another symptom of a barbaric society. Let’s not only encourage young girls to commit sins that can cause them to spend eternity in hell, but let’s also give them easy ways to kill a baby. Human love and babies are just passe, trashy ideas, anyway.

    • Anonymous

      Note these treatments are not abortifacients. Contraception is legal and advised. Would you rather promote abortions?

  • Anonymous

    Whether it’s good or bad once girls under 16 are old enough to make those sorts of decisions , how big of a step is it to them being old enough to choose their partners thus lowering the age of consent ?? This is a road we are gonna regret going down I fear…

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