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Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University

 
Patrick Bateman
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Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
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"(CBS) Morning-after pills may not be available on drug store shelves, but college students at Shippensburg University looking for a convenient way to buy a Plan B pill can now mosey on down to the vending machine at the student health center."

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Any thoughts? I disagree with the decision to have this available to students, especially in a vending machine. It just does not seem safe. I would think that the chances of girls abusing it or getting sick seem to increase in a non prescription/non documented over the counter form.
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
Damn, my bad. I searched for Shippensburg before posting, a more in depth search showed there is already a thread on this.

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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
I personally am pro-choice, but, seeing as how this is so easily available to the students they might just start spreading their legs every which way, go down to the vending machine and get their fix. No responsibility is coming into play here...
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
I personally am pro-choice, but, seeing as how this is so easily available to the students they might just start spreading their legs every which way, go down to the vending machine and get their fix. No responsibility is coming into play here...
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Yea, I agree. I think having to get the drug via prescription or from a doctor would help keep people more responsible, but to each their own.

After doing some further reading, it seems the medication is not too serious health wise, with few side affects, but I still would not want to put these hormonal doses in my body if I were a young woman.

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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
I personally am pro-choice, but, seeing as how this is so easily available to the students they might just start spreading their legs every which way, go down to the vending machine and get their fix. No responsibility is coming into play here...
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Yea, I agree. I think having to get the drug via prescription or from a doctor would help keep people more responsible, but to each their own.


After doing some further reading, it seems the medication is not too serious health wise, with few side affects, but I still would not want to put these hormonal doses in my body if I were a young woman.


[link to ec.princeton.edu]
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Nor would I :(
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Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
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"(CBS) Morning-after pills may not be available on drug store shelves, but college students at Shippensburg University looking for a convenient way to buy a Plan B pill can now mosey on down to the vending machine at the student health center."

Continued at link.


Any thoughts? I disagree with the decision to have this available to students, especially in a vending machine. It just does not seem safe. I would think that the chances of girls abusing it or getting sick seem to increase in a non prescription/non documented over the counter form.
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So you like the idea of a nanny state?
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
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"(CBS) Morning-after pills may not be available on drug store shelves, but college students at Shippensburg University looking for a convenient way to buy a Plan B pill can now mosey on down to the vending machine at the student health center."

Continued at link.


Any thoughts? I disagree with the decision to have this available to students, especially in a vending machine. It just does not seem safe. I would think that the chances of girls abusing it or getting sick seem to increase in a non prescription/non documented over the counter form.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


So you like the idea of a nanny state?
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Did I say that? I like the idea of responsible people doing what they like, and taking responsibility for their actions, whatever they may be. I do not really agree with putting powerful hormones in pill form inside vending machines at state schools. There are other ways to get them if needed other than vending machines.
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"(CBS) Morning-after pills may not be available on drug store shelves, but college students at Shippensburg University looking for a convenient way to buy a Plan B pill can now mosey on down to the vending machine at the student health center."

Continued at link.


Any thoughts? I disagree with the decision to have this available to students, especially in a vending machine. It just does not seem safe. I would think that the chances of girls abusing it or getting sick seem to increase in a non prescription/non documented over the counter form.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


So you like the idea of a nanny state?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1314779


Did I say that? I like the idea of responsible people doing what they like, and taking responsibility for their actions, whatever they may be. I do not really agree with putting powerful hormones in pill form inside vending machines at state schools. There are other ways to get them if needed other than vending machines.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Yup I agree! That shit is not candy!
Whats to stop some psycho guy from putting it in his preggo's girls food/drink? Or shit some jealous chick for that matter....
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
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"(CBS) Morning-after pills may not be available on drug store shelves, but college students at Shippensburg University looking for a convenient way to buy a Plan B pill can now mosey on down to the vending machine at the student health center."

Continued at link.


Any thoughts? I disagree with the decision to have this available to students, especially in a vending machine. It just does not seem safe. I would think that the chances of girls abusing it or getting sick seem to increase in a non prescription/non documented over the counter form.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


So you like the idea of a nanny state?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1314779


Did I say that? I like the idea of responsible people doing what they like, and taking responsibility for their actions, whatever they may be. I do not really agree with putting powerful hormones in pill form inside vending machines at state schools. There are other ways to get them if needed other than vending machines.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


Yup I agree! That shit is not candy!
Whats to stop some psycho guy from putting it in his preggo's girls food/drink? Or shit some jealous chick for that matter....
 Quoting: Marax


Jesus, I had not even thought about it like that. If someone really wanted to, they could do that now, but this sure does not make it more difficult.
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
a whole lot of humpin goin on
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
i dont see a problem with this, except ive heard the pill does some really fucked up shit to a womans body, for weeks
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
i dont see a problem with this, except ive heard the pill does some really fucked up shit to a womans body, for weeks
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Some of the older versions did much more harm, but like Marax stated, they are not pieces of candy. That is the largest problem I see with it. It is not like they are difficult to get without being in vending machines.
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
I cant belive that shit... Vending machines? Really? putin
Gun control is like trying to reduce drunk driving by making it tougher for sober people to own cars.

I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

You should have nailed it to a tree and made it feel like Jesus. - Brief
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Re: Morning after pill now on campus vending machine at Shippensburg University
Geez, people. 1) The morning after pill does not promote sexual promiscuity. 2) The vending machine is in a safe and secure place where only students of the university can access it. 3) Taking the pill IS the responsible thing to do should a condom break or if a young woman is raped. 4) the argument of girls "abusing" the pill is rediculous...it cost $25. That is a lot of money for a college kid and, again...as with taking birth control, buying condoms, or teaching sex ed, this pill will not be the gateway to sexual promiscuity. What I like about this issue is that hopefully, this will open the lines of communication between young women, men, moms, dads, and educators.