I just read an article discussing the merits of allowing female birth control to be sold over the counter like condoms. Apparently, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, or what I like to call, The School of Muff, just declared their support for this to go into effect.
Now, although the college laid out what it believes to be rational reasoning, we have taken it upon ourselves to play Devil’s Advocate and provide possible pitfalls, however unlikely they are.
1) Addiction – We’ve seen it before; if you can pop it, snort it, or swallow it, then someone is going to abuse it. I don’t care if it gets you high or not, people are Class A Shitheads when it comes to trying to abuse drugs. Think I’m kidding? Remember your classmates who snorted Pixie Stix? Yeah, those boners will be the ones crushing up a month’s worth of baby-blockers and heating up in a spoon.
2) Men will be asked to buy it – Once something becomes Over The Counter it falls prey to the possibility that some girlfriend is going to ask her man to “just pick it up while he’s at the store”. Sounds harmless enough, but this will end in tragedy. All too often men get distracted looking at power tools and the cashiers’ tits only to grab the wrong product, returning home with medical gauze and a box of Tic Tacs instead of vagina pads and The Pill.
3) Bureaucrats – We don’t have specific numbers for you, but we expect getting this approved by the FDA will involve someone having to “go down on” some bureaucrats to get this passed. And having gotten a glimpse of the candidates this past election, we’re pretty sure that’s something we should all try to avoid.
If you need birth control and you want to STOP BABIES and AVOID STD’s then use a rubber. And there is no better way than with a condom subscription.