Morning after pill, and 500th post!!!!!!!

Morning-after pill to be available without prescription.


Also, this is BSO’s 500th post!!!

And I’m sorry for not posting like. At all. lately. New school. SO much work. But the morning after pill is available. so now I’m happy.


10 Responses to Morning after pill, and 500th post!!!!!!!

  1. Jay says:

    500th post about such a despicable subject…. It saddens me that ANYONE would take pleasure in the abortion pill….

  2. Kevin says:

    Jay, come on, seriously, you think that the day-after pill is the equivalent of an abortion? At that point, a fetus is not a human being. At 24 hours after conception, a fetus is a clump of cells that can’t tink or feel. It is proven that fetus’s feel pain and are capable of primitive thought, but that’s a month-old fetus.

  3. Kevin says:

    Beside, if you read the article, plan B is not an abortion pill. It’s an emergency contraceptive.

  4. Matt says:

    Congratulations on the 500th post, and congratulations on making it a controversial topic. That’s a good thing. It shows that we tackle the tough issues!

    Now, as far as the morning after pill, I wouldn’t get quite so excited about it, especially given its moral implications (especially for us Catholics).

    Legally speaking, however, I think the right choice was made. At 24 hours after conception, I’m not even sure an embryo has formed. That’s moral gray area, which usually equates to “legal, but debatable” in my book.

  5. Rachel says:

    Plus, rape? Honestly. The religious right doesn’t let women who have had ABORTIONS get emergency contraception. Because it’s a “human.” If it’s been one day, it’s 4 cells.

    That’s TINY.

  6. Matt says:

    “The religious right doesn’t let women who have had ABORTIONS get emergency contraception.”

    Uh, women who have had abortions generally don’t need contraception, Rachel. Perhaps you meant RAPES?

    I agree that victims of rape/incest, and women whose lives are in danger, should be allowed to have abortions. Again, that’s moral gray area, and questions that the government really can’t answer.

  7. Rachel says:


    right, I’m dumb.

    it was like………..13000000000000 o’clock.


    -turns red-

  8. Rachel says:

    Alright, sorry about that last comment there. Feeling rawther tired lately.

    But honestly, it shouldn’t even be a moral issue as to whether rape victims can have abortions. Anybody with any moral values should be able to accept that rape victims shouldn’t be forced into a pregnancy. I can understand a person saying that if a woman gets pregnant by “accident” she should go through with the pregnancy, but to not let somebody eject 4 cells from her body is sick, especially if she’s just gone through a traumatic time.

  9. Tim says:

    So then shouldn’t be available without a prescription. It should only be available to those women who have been raped, and It should be obtained only at a hospital after a woman has filed with police that she has ben raped.

  10. Rachel says:

    That takes a LONG time. I don’t know if you’ve ever been to a hospital, but the lines are so long and it hurts for the uterus to eject anything. And the bigger it is, the harder it is.

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