Obama’s Blow to Reproductive Justice – NextGen Journal.
Read it…… because she wants us to trust the FDA, even though it doesn’t do what she says it does. She wants the little girls who aren’t allowed to get their ears pierced without mommy signing, and who are not allowed to carry ibuprofen or naproxen to school for alleviating their first menstrual cramps, to be able to buy the morning after pill with their lunch money.
A comment had been appended to the article, but since it might not last there, here’s a portion of it:
“Should we not be protecting our children from those who think it’s OK for 11 year olds to have sex, and buy a drug entity which is 60 percent effective per use, associated with virilization of female fetuses, increased susceptibility to STDs, and osteoporosis, and is not studied in the pre-teen population?” .
“We should not be placing faith in the FDA, which has mishandled the HUGE shortages of medically vital drugs and chemotherapeutic agents. Lives have been lost and countless more are at risk because the drug supplies have become so unpredictable that rational adaptations and substitutions cannot be made in a timely manner. Our government has been exacerbating this problem while it diddles with the desires of people who want sexual access to the pediatric population.”
3 thoughts on “Opinion from Penn U.”
The author actually goes to the University of Pennsylvania, not Penn state.
Thanks for the correction.
Pharmer originally thought this woman was from the same place as the famous Jerry Sandusky, which would have made sense. AND remembering that Ohio has an Ohio University and an Ohio State University, etc., there WAS a google check to see if he came up with University of Pennsylvania, before the Sandusky blitz title was generated. and that produced Massive links (1.18 million). OOPS. The mis-fit was humorous, but inaccurate, so it is fixed.
Now the impression is generated that something is SERIOUSLY wrong at both of those universities.
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