Skeptical of Feminism

Skeptical of Feminism  | SO FEMINISTS DON'T NEED A MAN TO TAKE CARE OF THEM BUT THEY NEED THE GOVERNMENT TO PAY FOR THEIR BIRTH CONTROL? | image tagged in memes,third world skeptical kid,feminism,birth control | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | I'm pro choice. Not because I believe in abortion, there's too many people and I hate heavy traffic. | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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i'm okay with whatever keeps them from bringing more feminists into the world.
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Back In My Day Meme | BACK IN MY DAY, A FEMINIST WAS SOMEONE WHO KNEW HER PLACE WAS IN THE KITCHEN AND COULD MAKE A MEAN APPLE PIE | image tagged in memes,back in my day | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Futurama Fry Meme | Not sure whether to stop paying for feminist birth control or welfare for their kids | image tagged in memes,futurama fry | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
a quick look at millenials give the answer
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I THOUGHT ALL FEMINISTS WERE LESBIANS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Can you tell me where people get this crap, because its NOT true. It may be subsidised at the same rate as any other medication, as is birth control.
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And batteries for your d**do, because no self respecting guy would touch you.
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Describing yourself as a ninja leads me to believe you are no Brad Pitt.
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That makes no sense whatsoever... and suits your usual insane commentary perfectly.
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Yes. It's insanity to suggest that a person insulting another person's looks but calling himself a ninja probably has self esteem issues related to his appearance.
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Pretty much. Glad we agree on that.
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I'm self sufficient, with the exception of the earned income credit, wic, Obama phone, Medicaid and section 8 housing
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Slightly off topic, but why does everone call them obama phones? The free cell phones are an extension of the lifeline program (which predates Obama by a lot).
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Because before Obama made that a thing, the lifeline only made all phones capable of calling 911. But how can you call 911 if you don't have a phone?

The Obamaphones also make it easier to get a job. I had a helluva time finding a job, and it would have been MUCH harder to get a job without it.
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In California (maybe it was different in other states) the lifeline program allowed for basic service (local only). The purpose as i understood it was for job hunting and so the school could contact parents in the event of an emergency.
Given increasing demands on contactability, extending the service to cell phones makes sense. There should be better accountability though. Even many if the people pushing the phones are unaware that it is supposed to be limmited to one per household, even though it says so on the flyer.
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brilliant :-D
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Let's consider Uncle Charlie's cupcake metaphor. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DKfFt0vzX4
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If a man's prescription drug plan can cover viagra why shouldn't a woman's cover prescription birth control?
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Viagra and birth control serve two
very different purposes, and each
one has its own considerations. Viagra, at a minimum, treats an actual dysfunction, while
birth control does not. Viagra fixes a broken
system, while birth control breaks a
working system.
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Birth control alleviates painful menstruation for young girls who don't need to spend their younger years dealing with monthly chronic pain and fighting heavy menstrual flow. You could say that's a dysfunction. Why should young girls have to suffer when there is an easy fix that doesn't involve pain killers or muscle relaxers?
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Have you considered the question of "Why should they have sex in the first place, if they are not ready to have a kid?" Be prepared, is all I'm saying. (I'm 15 and know the consequences of having sex at an early age, so I'm waiting till after I am married to do it, after college sometime.)
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Just the commercials are enough to scare you out of it.
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Not sure if you're responding to me but I'm not talking about birth control pills for the purposes of blocking pregnancy...
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There are better solutions for painful menstruation then masking it with a class 1 carcinogen in 2017. Studies show women who were on BCP not only have a harder time conceiving but are more susceptible to breast cancer with prolonged use.
Polycystic ovaries and endometriosis are treatable without BCP and they might not even be the solution but another reason.
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Like what? Just curious.... Everything I've seen says the risks are minimal. Of course, we're surrounded by things that cause cancer these days: aspartame in diet drinks, the air in Southern California....
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Like look up alternative treatments for x,y.

Class 1 carcinogen > air in a location no one cares about.
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Actually they're both the reality, and everyone in between. You can easily see actors if you go to Hollywood. There are also folks from many ethnicities and walks of life. What with a population of 10 million people and all...
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If birth control "broke" a system doctors wouldn't prescribe it. First do no harm. A woman's system egests one egg per month. Birth control just allows the system to kick out the same egg even if it has been infected with sperm.
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First do no harm , said no doctor performing abortions.
The perfectly working system of a woman's fertility is broken when BCP is taken. If it wasn't taken she would naturally conceive because her system hasn't been tampered with or broken.
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Your feelings about abortion have nothing to do with the medical aspect of the procedure. And we were talking about birth control and whether it should be covered by a prescription medicine insurance plan. Save the zealotry for the amen sisters. IDGAF.
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Objective facts aren't subjective. "First do no harm" you might want to rethink using that line with today's medicine and "doctors " where Transabled people are having limbs surgically removed because they "feel" disabled.
I brought it back to the BCP topic after that one line, don't play yourself. Low energy rebuttals I ain't got time for that.
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OK Barney-style for the children. Birth control is a prescription medicine. A prescription medication plan is intended to cover those. If you don't like it don't grow a va**na and you won't be forced to take it.
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Or instead of electing to take a class 1 carcinogen that increases your risk in having breast and ovarian cancer while with prolonged use and can permanently make you infertile, get alternative treatments.
If the consequences are worse than the the ailment, the "medicine " or BCP isn't the best solution. Women deserve better than that.
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Or if a patient and doctor agree on a treatment plan why don't you sit down and shut up and mind your own damn business. Approved medicines prescribed by licensed doctors to informed patients don't require any input from you whatsoever. You sound like a Vaxxer. Go worry about something else.
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Yes I'm butt hurt about women getting their choice on health care issues. Perfect imgflip 15yo "republican" troll. Pester like a gnat then call names when you get swatted at.
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Many republicans vote against allowing government funds to cover contraception. (Planned Parenthood, ACA exemptions, religious exemptions for certain employers) It's what the original post is referring to.
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