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Political correctness runs amok

May 17, 2013

Political correctness has sunk into absurdity in a situation involving access to the so-called “Plan B” birth control drug....

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EarlyBird

May-17-13 7:34 AM

I thank God I have not been struck down with the mental disorder called political correctness. Maybe they need to make chastity belts and saltpeter for the promiscuous little buggers (just kidding), but rather somewhere we need a better influence or more influential people setting better examples.

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rajiihammr

May-17-13 10:16 AM

I can't see how this touches on "political correctness". It seems to me that making the pill available to young people who act impulsively and have sex is perfectly sensible. Whether you call them women or young women or girls is irrelevant.

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muleskinner

May-17-13 5:46 PM

PC nuts are nuts.

In 1928, The Soviet Union legalized abortion. The first modern society and government to legalize abortion. Not for the benefit of women, but for the benefit of communist leaders who were prone to having multiple affairs and didn't want the responsibility of raising a child, by the way. Such cads those early communist leaders were. Abortion has sexist beginnings.

What was discovered after a period of time of pregnant women aborting fetuses was that after the 5th to 7th abortions, in most cases, the woman becomes sterile. She can no longer become pregnant, she is infertile.

The question is would be that after several uses of the drug to prevent fertilization, would a young woman become infertile?

Best not to tamper with such foolishness.

You can't fool Mother Nature.

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