"If You Can't Afford Contraceptives, Don't Have Sex." Agree or Not?

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"If You Can't Afford Contraceptives, Don't Have Sex." Agree or Not?

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“Completely agree!! If you can't afford birth control how are you going to financially support a child???” -- Amy Poplawski

“Contraception cost < cost of a child. Think about that one.” -- Kayla Miller

“Paying for birth control is preventing the birth of an unwanted child, some would be out of wedlock. Maybe Ms. Fluke went about this the wrong way but the issue is still just as important.” -- Samantha Jatho

“Contraceptives should be made readily available to all and also at an affordable price e.g birth control pills.” -- Melissa Vazquez

“I agree completely. If you can't afford it, don't have it. Not having sex is the only form of birth control that is 100% effective.” -- Paula Presgraves

Read the stories that inspired the comments: Reality vs. Rhetoric: What America Really Thinks About Birth Control  and View From The Right: How Democrats Are Using Women As Pawns.

 

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