Contraception is a right.
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-The left"right political spectrum is a system of classifying political positions, ideologies, and parties. Left-wing politics and right-wing politics are often presented as opposed, although a particular individual or group may take a left-wing stance on one matter and a right-wing stance on another. In France, where the terms originated, the Left has been called "the party of movement" and the Right "the party of order." The intermediate stance is called centrism and a person with such a position is a moderate.
Contraceptives are an issue of the left and not the right.
If there was a fork in the road you'd have to go to the left. Going right would get you no contraceptive. If you asked for directions and asked,"Which way to the contraceptives?" the person giving directions would undoubtedly say,"left."
Contraceptives are a left and not a right.
"This debate is about contraception being a right."
And I have proven it is not a right. It is a left.
"Contraception is a right because women own their bodies."
It may be that they own their own bodies, but free contraception is from the left and not the right.
-"Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, dismayed at liberal criticisms of the restrictive reproductive policies favored by some Republicans, mused on Monday that there was not a "rubber shortage in America."
Here is an article named, "The Republican War on Contraception".
Here is another speaking of the stance from the right on contraceptives.
Here is a quote from the article:
"These are people who have never, ever approved of birth control, and they saw an opportunity to take it one step further."
Here is an article named,"Liberals Obsessed, Look for Another way to make Free Birth Control Available to Women".
The left"right political spectrum is a system of classifying political positions, ideologies, and parties. Left-wing politics and right-wing politics are often presented as opposed, although a particular individual or group may take a left-wing stance on one matter and a right-wing stance on another.
So obviously, contraceptives are not a right, and they are obviously a left.
It gives a false sense of security. People believe suddenly that they are safe. Then...they have an STD. Then...they pass it to someone else.
Pop a birth control pill and your baby-maker isn't the only thing that's getting the treatment. That's because each of those little pills contains hormones and changes the hormones in your body, according to Toni Stern, M.D., Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Coney Island Hospital.
The Pill may hurt-
LibidoOC's slash libido-friendly testosterone in two ways: First, they quiet the ovaries, halting their production of testosterone. Second, the liver pumps out a protein called the sex hormone-binding globulin, which gloms onto sex hormones ,including testosterone, like bargain shoppers on Black Friday sales. But while OC's lower testosterone levels in all women, they lower libido only in some. And even if the Pill does affect your mojo, plenty of other factors like anxiety about getting preggers affect it, too. You may have serious problems below the belt.
Chances are, you've heard this warning speed by during more than one birth control pill commercial. But before you reach for a bottle of Bayer, let's put things into perspective: Each year, 7 in 10,000 women experience blood clots. Birth control extremely enhances your chances, while pregnancy and childbirth raise your chances even more. But if you experience any signs of a blood clot, such as chest pain or a swollen leg, immediately stop the pill for God's sake.
This is why passing out contraceptives is not only wrong, but it is deadly. Of course Liberals, generally don't care about long term results, just temporary satisfaction. This is how children think.
It is a left and not a right.
You'll do what you want with your body? Interesting...
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Vote Placed by warren42 7 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Though Con did start out by trolling, once Pro gave protest, Con quickly argued contraceptives are bad due to the false sense of security, negative affects of the pill, and blood clots. Pro never refuted any of these, continuing to call Con a troll, even though they had presented substantial arguments at this point.
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