You have 72 hours after birth control failure or unprotected sex to prevent pregnancy. The sooner you take emergency contraception, the better it works. Plan B One-Step™ is available over the counter for consumers 17 and older.
Present this at any retail pharmacy (it can’t be used at government subsidized clinics, unfortunately) for up to two purchases of Plan B One-Step™. It’s valid for both prescription and non-prescription purchases.
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Just to let y’all know. And trust me; Even if you don’t need it now, you might eventually. And maybe you won’t have the time or resources to print this out before buying. Or a friend will need it. Just from experience, have it now.
Friendly neighborhood sex ed teacher approves this. Even after I got married, I needed a little help from Plan B and lemme tell you it was EXPENSIVE. Pass this on!
This is pretty cool, except honestly, condoms are expensive and most college students are fortunate to have access to free ones at the campus health center. Obviously, helping people in impoverished countries get access to birth control is very important, but I don’t get why this is being targeted at college students. Most of us are in school on scholarship and we’ll take the free health center condoms over these any day.
College students use lots of condoms, plain and simple. Also, not all colleges are so giving when it comes to making condoms free and accessible. So I think it’s good that they’re talking to college populations. I would totally buy a bunch of these condoms if the truck came by the east coast.
the buy one-give one model is just… eurgh. although it makes a hell of a lot more sense for condoms (tiny and cheap) than for shoes (help them build a shoe factory, assholes).
…is this notion that pro-choicers want abortion to continue to be a reality for so many women. That isn’t true. I want to live in a world where no woman faces unplanned pregnancy, because birth control is affordable, sex education is adequate, and reproductive coercion is an…
While I have some problems with the language in this piece, especially the framing of all rapists as “monsters,” I agree 100% with the general sentiment. I want a world where I’m not embarrassed to buy condoms (and lube!) at the drugstore, where I’m not recalcitrant to make an appointment with a doctor to talk about birth control for fear of being fat-shamed, where other women won’t make appointments to talk about birth control because they can’t afford the visit. I want a world where my birth control pills don’t cost $45 a month. And I want a world where things like “rapists are punished” are true, and go without saying.
(I have problems with framing rapists as “monsters” because it undermines the fact that rapists are often simply very ordinary men who choose not to think of what they are doing as “rape,” because they are not jumping out of the bushes, because society lets them.)