Womb control bleating
This emergency contraception issue has the bible-beaters so bent out of shape, you can just visualize them foaming at the mouth over this.
A pro-life advocate says it is outrageous that a respected doctors’ group is promoting a campaign to encourage use of a pill that causes abortions. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is sponsoring the “Ask Me” campaign, which encourages women to get advance prescriptions for the “morning-after” pill so that the abortion-causing drug can be readily available when they have unprotected sex.
The theme of the campaign is “Accidents happen. Morning afters can be tough.” An ACOG spokesman says the campaign is his group’s way of “standing up for our patients.” Dr. Iffath Hoskins says “one of our goals is to make awareness of [emergency contraception] so widespread that it’s no longer a best-kept secret in medicine.”
Jim Sedlak with American Life League says he cannot believe a group of medical doctors would support such irresponsible behavior. “We think it is absolutely irresponsible for this group of physicians to push products that work, according to the manufacturer, by preventing implantation, which means that they kill already created human beings in the womb,” states Sedlak. “And also, these products have not been tested for their long-term health effects on the women and girls who take them. So it is just absolutely ridiculous that this kind of a campaign should be started.” Sedlak says the campaign simply encourages promiscuity.