US to Get First Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill This Month

The US government, while flying millions of non-whites into the country, is also trying to come up with more creative ways to prevent whites from breeding.

This does meet the definition of genocide – replacing us while actively taking all measures to prevent breeding.

All women could already get birth control pills from their general practitioners, and they could do so in secret if they had conservative parents who didn’t want them on whore pills. I don’t think this is going to significantly increase the rate of girls on birth control.

But it just shows they’re looking for any possible way they can to further empower women, and further shut down white births.

The Guardian:

Opill, the first birth control pill approved for over-the-counter distribution, is now being shipped to retailers and pharmacies, the company behind the pill, Perrigo, announced on Monday. It will be available in stores and online later this month.

The Food and Drug Administration approved Opill last year, paving the way for the United States to join the dozens of countries that have already made over-the-counter birth control pills available. Opill, which works by using the hormone progestin to prevent pregnancy, is meant to be taken every day around the same time and, when used as directed, is 98% effective.

The pill’s arrival on shelves comes at a deeply fraught time for US reproductive rights: not only has the US supreme court demolished the national right to abortion, but the nation’s highest court is set to hear arguments over two abortion-related cases over the next few months.

“Week after week, we hear stories of people being denied the reproductive health care they so desperately need because of politicians and judges overstepping into the lives of patients and providers. Today, we get to celebrate different news,” Dr Tracey Wilkinson, a pediatrician in Indiana and a board member with Physicians for Reproductive Health, said in a statement.

However, as reproductive rights activists celebrated Perrigo’s Monday announcement, some also balked at the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $19.99 for a one-month supply and $49.99 for a three-month supply. (It will also be available on at a cost of $49.99 for a three-month supply and $89.99 for a six-month supply.)

“While today is a huge step forward, the price is still steep for many teenagers I know,” Maia Lopez said in a statement. Lopez, 17, is a part of a youth council that works with the Free the Pill coalition, which advocates for over-the-counter birth control pills.

“As a high school student in Texas who struggled to get on the pill under the current system, and faced social stigma while trying,” Lopez added, “I know firsthand how important it is to ensure young people can walk into a store and easily access the contraception they need.”

It’s a Latina there commenting. Her parents probably didn’t want her on the pill, and it’s possible they weren’t even going to doctors regularly.

But most Latinas won’t take the pills. Most of them will keep breeding, like the blacks.

Feminism is targeted more or less exclusively at white women, and then to some extent at East Asian women. The rest of the people on earth – the various assorted browns – are just going to keep breeding.