OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Saturday, January 4

#5663

QUESTION: Ladies: which pill are you on?

38 comments

  1. No pills. Birth control is a sin and I am disgusted that people think it is okay to use it.

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    1. No one knows what Jesus did his entire young adult life. Can you imagine a good-looking guy in his twenties, travelling around the middle easy performing miracles. Guy got SOOOOOO much pussy

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    2. If you're not merely a stupid troll, please enlighten me as to how it's a sin. It's the same as any other pill in that it prevents certain things from happening to your body.

      Anyways, I'm on marvelon.

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    3. @1c It's a sin because life begins at conception.

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    4. @1d- you do realize that the point of birth control is that there is no conception, right?

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    5. much judgement
      many misinformation
      very asshole
      such called out
      wow

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    6. @1e Yes through artificial means. It's like God decides to give you a child and you slap him in the face. You people on birth control are no better than people that get abortions at 9 months. Disgusting.

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    7. @1g Are you serious? Your religious beliefs shouldn't prevent others from doing what they want with THEIR OWN body. God has nothing to do with it, sorry to burst ya bubble. Also, women might be taking the pill not necessarily to prevent contraception. It can really help with period problems and acne

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    8. @ 1g... how on earth do you come up with this shit. it's a much better thing to be able to have a child at the proper time and be able to provide for it. why on earth would you be condemned for taking the precautions necessary to ensure your own safety as well as another's?!

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    9. @1h I never said that birth control should be illegal, I just think it is disgusting. When it comes time for your judgement you will be punished for using birth control in whatever way God sees fit. Furthermore, just because birth control can help with other issues doesn't take away the negative effects. The only way I can see it being morally right to take birth control for other issues is if you're not having sex. I also don't like the fact that MY tuition dollars go towards funding YOUR superfluous medication.

      @1i Yes it is better to have children when you will be able to provide for them but if you are not prepared for the possibility of pregnancy, then you should not be having sex. I should apologize for saying that birth control is on the same level of abortion at 9 months because I highly doubt that God would punish either sin equally; this topic just really riles me up.

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    10. @1j Right, because somehow choosing to prevent contraception is highly immoral and totally justified for "divine" punishment. You have your own opinion, fine, whatever, but it's completely unprecedented and judgmental. Go ahead and believe whatever you'd like to believe so long as you realize it makes you an ignorant asshole and that your opinions based on religious beliefs give you no right to stop others from doing they want to do with their own bodies.

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    11. @1k I think you mean choosing to prevent conception not choosing to prevent contraception. I wouldn't consider the latter to be immoral at all! You should also realize that I never advocated birth control being taken away from people I simply expressed my dissent towards the use and the fact that such use is funded by my tuition.

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    12. Please be trolling

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  2. Tricyclen-lo. It's been great for me.

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  3. None. Who wants to take pills every day? I can't even take gummy multivitamins every day.

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    1. But how will you know the pleasure of being cummed inside?

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    2. Uh.. I'm good

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    3. I want to take a pill every day because, even though (as 3a put it) I don't get cummed inside, I still want to be as careful as possible about preventing pregnancy.

      Taking a pill everyday is the furthest thing from hard to do. Set an alarm and you're good.

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  4. JESUS CHRIST hun. That's the only pill you need sweetheart. Bless your soul! ROLL TIDE. WOOOO. THE SOUTH WILL RISE AGAIN.

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  5. I am on the contraceptive patch. It's a sticker that you put on in your body. You only need to change it every week.

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  6. Alesse 21 from Health Services.

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  7. Fertility isn't a disease

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  8. Alesse sucks. I'm on Tricyclen.

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    1. As someone who was about to start Alesse, why does it suck?

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    2. @8a: I was on Alesse for a couple of months, but I didn't find any side effects. From what I've heard, everyone reacts to different pills completely differently, so it wouldn't hurt to try it.

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    3. @8a To put it briefly, Alesse made my a crazy bitch. Now that I'm on Tricyclen, my emotions are normal and I'm not a crazy bitch. For the most part.

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  9. Male here but girlfriend uses demulen.

    @1 - You do realize some girls use birth control to help regulate their cycle and minimize cramps, right?

    @1a - LMAO! Comment of the month, right there!

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  10. Alesse, and I love it!

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  11. Nuvaring, because remembering pills every day is... hard. Also, it's a lower estrogen dose than a lot of the pills.

    I'm on it to help control acne, period irregularity and length. (Prior to being on birth control, I would have periods maybe every 2-4 months and they would last 12-14 days of heavy bleeding. Fuck that.)

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  12. Is birth control covered under UHIP?

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  13. he cums in my mouth. au nautrel :)

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