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    Quote Originally Posted by AlyssaEimers View Post
    Where did you possibly get this from? If I believed that one of my girls were sexually active (Not now, but when they are older. If I thought they were now I would call the police), While I would try to talk them out of doing what I believe is a risky behavior, I would also take them to a doctor and address any physical needs they have. My religion or feelings on abortion are not relevant to this debate.

    I do not care if you or any other adult or even older teen takes the morning after pill. I do think a young teen should have to talk to someone before taking such a medicine.
    Sadly, you and other religious people who would choose to mislabel, misunderstand, or willfully stigmatize this pill (An ABORTION OMGTHESHAMEPILL) add to teen pregnancy. Choosing to make up what you think God wants/believes vs. what science states is an abuse of power. Further, by seeking to make this pill hard to get, you willfully increase the number of teen (or adult/married) unwanted pregnancies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter75 View Post
    Sadly, you and other religious people who would choose to mislabel, misunderstand, or willfully stigmatize this pill (An ABORTION OMGTHESHAMEPILL) add to teen pregnancy. Choosing to make up what you think God wants/believes vs. what science states is an abuse of power. Further, by seeking to make this pill hard to get, you willfully increase the number of teen (or adult/married) unwanted pregnancies.
    Where in this debate did I call this an abortion pill or say anything about God?

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    Can we please debate like adults Bonita? We have had this debate enough times that we don't need to pretend to ignore hundreds of past posts, do we? I'm about to go out to dinner so don't have time to do a post search- cant we all just stipulate the material from past debates on this EXACT topic can be used in this debate too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddieflounder101 View Post
    I agree with that, yes. BUT....for some girls, there isn't anyone. So what is the alternative? Getting pregnant? Those are the girls who will be the worst off if they get pregnant, as they won't have any support. These girls need this the most.
    You do realize how LOW that percentage is.. and really isn't true.. pharmacists are in most every supermarket even.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter75 View Post
    Luckily most children have fantastic access to that at public schools
    That is why the majority of them are the ones aborting their pregnancies, and having premarital sex... because we know sex ed works.
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    What about pharmacists?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter75 View Post
    Sadly, you and other religious people who would choose to mislabel, misunderstand, or willfully stigmatize this pill (An ABORTION OMGTHESHAMEPILL) add to teen pregnancy. Choosing to make up what you think God wants/believes vs. what science states is an abuse of power. Further, by seeking to make this pill hard to get, you willfully increase the number of teen (or adult/married) unwanted pregnancies.
    Oh yes Potter, I see tons of children of the religious right groups getting pregnant....
    DH-Aug 30th 1997 Josiah - 6/3/02 Isaac 7/31/03

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivergallery View Post
    That is why the majority of them are the ones aborting their pregnancies, and having premarital sex... because we know sex ed works.
    right. Unlike the amazing Christian community. So fresh and so clean clean. . Post your stats please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Potter75 View Post
    cant we all just stipulate the material from past debates on this EXACT topic can be used in this debate too?
    No we can not. This debate is about this debate. What religion I am or what I feel about abortion has nothing to do with it. What I feel is appropriate for a child is different than what I feel is appropriate for an adult. As I stated earlier, whether or not you believe it is abortion or not, it is still a major thing for an 11-13 year old to be able to go to the store and buy the morning after pill. This debate is not about whether or not the morning after pill is right or wrong. It is about if a young child or teen should be able to get it over the counter. Those are two separate debates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlyssaEimers View Post
    No we can not. This debate is about this debate. What religion I am or what I feel about abortion has nothing to do with it. What I feel is appropriate for a child is different than what I feel is appropriate for an adult. As I stated earlier, whether or not you believe it is abortion or not, it is still a major thing for an 11-13 year old to be able to go to the store and buy the morning after pill. This debate is not about whether or not the morning after pill is right or wrong. It is about if a young child or teen should be able to get it over the counter. Those are two separate debates.
    Well then I refuse to debate with you.

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