Yes, I think that teenage girls should be allowed to get birth control without the permission of their parents because they have a right to their body. If a girl has gotten sexually active in the past and knows that she will be getting sexually active in the future and wants to protect herself from unexpected pregnancy, then yes.
Birth control is used for so many things other than for the purpose of controlling birth. It is possible for a teenage girl to get medication for other problems she might have so why not for intense menstral cramps, which is one thing birth control pills help. It should be allowed.
Birth control is used for a variety of different things. Medical, menstrual, and then pregnancy prevention. I personally am not sexually active. BUT I AM ON BIRTH CONTROL. For medical reasons. I don't understand what this whole controversy is. Birth control is only for the good. It should not be frowned upon.
Birth control pills should not be given to girls because:
Firstly: girls should endure the pain that comes once in a while because it teaches them the hard core lessons of life,that they can't run away from certain things in life,they have to face them head on.
Secondly: especially girls under the age of 18,they have to learn that they can't always do something they know is not right or that would go against everything that they stand for ,and protect themselves with medication. They need to account for the wrong things that they did and what better way to learn but through the consequences of the actions (e.G pragnency)
I am 17 and I had on of the implants and I am having trouble getting my cycle back to normal. Pills are the best birth control for women who are about 17 years or younger. Other birth controls should only be given with parents permission or get prescriptions from the doctor. Though many birth controls can prevent you from not getting pregnant, some birth controls can cause cancer. It is best to keep how it is now.