I was wondering about the other Christian denominations. I know the Catholic stance on contraception, I don't know the Protestant stance on it.
Again, in the Protestant "mainstream" - Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopalian, at least - there is no prohibition on any of these methods.
I don't really have a problem with it, because the business has the right to decide what they are going to stock and what they aren't going to stock. Most gas stations and grocery stores sell condoms, anyways, so it's not like drug stores are the only option for that product.
Getting the pill isn't a problem unless there is no competition around.
I'm one of those pro-choice people who doesn't think that Plan B should be sold without a prescription-I think that doing so is completely ignoring the risks associated with that drug. I remember girls in college who were prescribed it, after having unprotected sex. They were sick in bed for a couple of days after taking it, and they were examined by a doctor first. There are so many complications possible from introducing a chemical like that into your system. DUers don't get that, for the most part.
It would be like an organic, vegetarian restaurant being forced to keep some hamburger patties in the freezer if they were the only restaurant in town.
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