Morning After Pill

Report a post

Thank you for taking time to help Etsy! Please note that you will not receive a personal response about this report. We will review this post privately...

Why are you reporting this post?

Any additional comments?

Edit Post

Edit your post below. After editing, the post will be marked as edited and the date & time of the last edit displayed.


What is this?

Admin may choose to highlight awesome community posts that are friendly, answer questions, and offer informative links.

What does it do?

Highlighted posts are placed at the top of each page in a thread for greater visibility.

This thread has been closed and archived.

Original Post

ktgarvai says

Why are we still fighting over this?

In my very humble opinion, I think this is a right that every woman should have, regardless of others moral convictions.

Posted at 4:04pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT


W(hy)TF would you become a pharmacist if you don't want to dispense drugs?!

argh. I can't even get started again.

Posted at 4:06pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

Lollibomb says

That is so disappointing. =(

Posted at 4:07pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

Interesting topic.

Here's my question... if I own a pharmacy, as far as I know, the feds have no control over what I choose to purchase from the wholesaler, and then stock for sale. If I don't wanna sell birth control pills, I don't have to. If I don't wanna sell chemotherapy pills, I don't have to.

That's my understanding. I may be wrong.

If my perception of the law as stated above is correct, than why on earth would the morning after pill be federally mandated for sale in a shop I own?

Posted at 4:08pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

Really, what is the problem here? Just do your job.

Posted at 4:08pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

Stupid pharmacists in Washington. :(

Posted at 4:09pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

pitterpattern says:
Really, what is the problem here? Just do your job.

The problem, as I understand it, is that pharmacists who hold deep moral convictions about abortion consider this to be something wrong and immoral.

I don't agree, but that's my understanding of the issue.

You can't very well tell someone, "don't be a pharmacist" if they've been one for 20 or 40 years already.

Posted at 4:10pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

luxelife says

it seems that if one believes so strongly against abortion that they would be huge supporters of birth control.


Posted at 4:13pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

the profession/industry you're in is bound to change in 20-40 years. if they can't adapt, they should leave. but if your job is to give someone the medicine they were prescribed, then do it.

Posted at 4:13pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT

great point, luxelife. a very interesting and frequent contradiction.

Posted at 4:15pm Jul 27, 2007 EDT