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Old 05-17-2019, 09:29 AM
Maastricht is offline
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originally posted by Maastricht
Anyway, I think most women should stock up for such medication in case they or a friend need it. The hassle and delay of buying it in a drugstore, or waiting for on-line delivery might be enough to miss an important pregnancy deadline. Such medication can be bought for around 100 dollars, free for people who can't afford it. Buying the medication can be done safely through sites like these. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_on_the_Web
The same goes for morning after pills. If I were a woman in a Red State, I'd have a supply of those in my medicine cabinet. Even in Alabama those would be legal, as the woman takes them the morning after, not six weeks after.
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Originally Posted by Left Hand of Dorkness View Post
If women should stock up in case a friend needs it, men should too. No reason to let dudes off the hook.
Very good point, Left Hand of Dorkness. If I lived in Alabama and had a son, I would encourage him to stock up on both. Even if there's a small chance having those might encourage intercourse without proper anticonception.