Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 8 months ago

What happens to poor people, the Black, Hispanic, the new immigrants, when they can't access birth control at Planned Parenthood anymore?

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago
    Best Answer

    First, when exactly will that be? Second, if they are very poor, regardless of race, they become eligible for Medicaid, which covers some contraceptives, like the Pill for example.

    Were Planned Parenthood to go away, the real problem would be loss of access to other services, like STI testing and prevention, for the working poor and for young sexually active people who often have no health insurance, like college students. This is regardless of race or country of national origin. While parents' employment-based health insurance plans will now cover kids through age 26 if they are in college, that requires college students' parents to have employment-based health insurance plans, which many don't. That is why you will find a Planned Parenthood located next to almost every major university in the United States, without exception at every public university (state school) of a size of more than 10,000 students.

    Never mind the anonymity that Planned Parenthood offers, which is one major deterrent by students and young people who actually do have health insurance through their parents that would cover the services they now get from Planned Parenthood for STI prevention and contraceptive planning -- because they don't want their parents finding out by way of an explanation of benefits (EOB) describing those services and tests and whatnot provided and then paid for by the health insurance coming from their health insurance provider to their parents' address. While these children are actually usually adults, adults age 18 to 26, and while there may be an argument that they should "grow a pair" and talk to their parents, the fact that they don't and that so many opt not to get the care they need in order to avoid having that talk creates a public health crisis because there are so many of them that it threatens the health of the so-called "herd," which protecting the herd, i.e., the people em masse, is easily within the enumerated powers of the U.S. government. It's what federal prosecutors do all the time when they charge people for crimes against an individual not on behalf of that individual but on behalf of the herd, on behalf of "The People of the United States."

    • Lib.rare.ian
      Lv 7
      8 months agoReport

      College students have health insurance readily and cheaply available through their school. Many colleges make it mandatory to obtain, for good reason.

  • 8 months ago

    They can get it in the elementary schools....they're passing them out in class. Also any welfare office has them by the case.

  • 8 months ago

    They quit having unprotected sex. And they learn abstinence. It works every time.

  • they will go back to their home country.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Trump can't make abortion illegal

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Quit fcking would be a start.

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Are you sure they are not Americans?

  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Cost $18 at CVS. For a one month supply.

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