Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Pennsylvania University Sells Morning After Pill In Vending Machine


Talk about a sign of the times. Shippensburg University, in Pennsylvania is now dispensing the morning after pill from a vending machine. The school official says it is for "privacy" and that they dispense between 350 - 400 doses a year.



From another news station:
Vending machines at one Pennsylvania University doesn't just dispense soda and snacks -- it sells the morning-after pill.

At Shippensburg University, getting access to Plan B, the emergency contraception pill is as easy as getting a soda. Students can now buy the pill at a vending machine on campus.

"We had some conversations with them and did a survey of the student body and we got an 85 percent response rate that the students supported Plan B in the House Center," said Dr. Roger Serr, Vice president of Student Affairs at Shippensburg.

The university does not profit from the sales. It pays $25 for one dose and that's exactly what the student has to pay.
What is wrong with doing this? Well, consider this - sperm can reach a women's egg within 30 minutes. This means the drug does not work as a contraceptive, but as an abortion drug. It kills a life after conception takes place in the vast majority of cases.

We are now dispensing death from university vending machines.


Further Reading:
**What is wrong with Contraception?
**Contraception Makes Women Less Happy

1 comment:

Brad said...

Everyone thinks they are of the utterly cursed generation. Imagine what it was like when one-third of your fellow men were dead of bubonic. Or when a forest of crucifixes went up in Nagasaki. Or the bomb in Nagasaki, for that matter. "Surely this is it, we are the ones."

But an abortifacient vending machine?

I am wondering if what keeps the Father's too-justified wrath at bay, namely, the sacrifice of the Mass occurring incessantly all around the spinning globe, as well as the prayers of the hidden saints, still enfleshed, usually contemplative religious -- I am wondering if we are at the time when our sins, personal aggregating into collective, are too outrageous. Outrageous in quantity, thanks to perverted and inverted technology, and in quality. Recently, with no press coverage (wonder why), a team of archeologists found the cities of the plain and would not admit on record that the ruins (read: human remains) were destroyed by a "heat event", which is all that was said, when they were pressed. Sometimes the outrages are so rank that the wheat will be harmed with the tares, which is profoundly against God's desire.

The nazis killed 6 million. We have killed 50 million in this country alone. The nazis hid their work in night trains and beech woods because their consciences pricked them. We put our work in vending machines with bravado, in plain sight. Who is the great Christian nation, the city on a hill? That is a fable we tell ourselves.

Hail, Mary.