If I had a daughter I would put her on birth control after she has her period for about a year and/or is 14 or 15. Radical? Maybe. I love the idea of establishing use of birth control as a normal and important part of her health care.
Frankly, I think Mr. Hobby Lobby can and should do whatever he likes with the benefit they are required to provide. They shouldn’t be forced to provide it anyway and sadly, their “win” isn’t a win at all considering the mess it may cause.
I keep saying that 16 and Pregnant isn’t all evil, like many parents and smarty-pants thinkers think. I think it shows a very real and gritty slice of life and sends a very clear message that teen parenting isn’t fun. In this post from Pregnant Pause, a blog of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen […]
Mr. Condom Makes Thailand a better place!
Practicing what I preach On Friday, while heading home from REI, Milo and I were listening to the 5:20 Funny on KMTT. He really likes listening to the comedians, even if he only understands about 30% of what they talk about. Sometimes, he has questions about the jokes, but most of the time he just […]