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11-yo Girls Can Now Get Birth Control Devices Implanted in them at School, Without Parents Knowing

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Seattle, WA — Between 1991 and 2013, the teen birth rate declined by 57% nationwide. Over this period, teen pregnancy has declined in all 50 states and among all racial/ethnic groups.

Washington State is ranked 13 in the country for teen pregnancies with 20.5 births per 1,000 girls ages 15-19. That is a much better rate than Arkansas, which is more than double at 43.5 births per 1,000 girls. 

Even with this nationwide decline, public schools in Washington are going the extra mile. School-based health clinics in at least 13 Seattle-area public high schools and middle schools now offer long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs), including IUDs and hormonal implants.

These services are available to students in sixth-grade and above at no cost (to the student), according to Washington State officials. The costs are covered by the taxpayers.

Young and sexually active women using birth control is undoubtedly a wise decision as having a baby at a young age in this country can tend to disrupt a teenager’s life.

That being said, the average age of a 6th-grade student is 11. The average age of menarche (when a female begins to menstruate) is around 13.75-years-old.

The idea of the state taking on the role of gynecological advisor for girls as young as 11-years-old, without their parents’ knowledge, has a slew of ominous implications associated with it.

The irony here is that soda pop is banned in Seattle schools, yet an 11-year-old girl can have a procedure to implant a birth control device inside her, without her parents consent!

LARCs are associated with multiple side effects as well, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

CNS News reports,

The state and federally funded contraceptive services are made possible by Take Charge, a Washington State Medicaid program which provides free birth control to adults who are uninsured, lack contraceptive coverage, have an income at or below 260 percent of the Federal Poverty Level — or, in this case, to teens who don’t want their parents to know they’re on birth control.

In an email exchange with the Washington State Health Care Authority and CNSNews.com, a Take Charge spokesperson acknowledged that underage students are eligible for a “full array of covered family planning services” at school-based clinics if their parents meet the program’s requirements.

Take Charge added that “a student who does not want their parents to know they are seeking reproductive health services is allowed to apply for Take Charge using their own income, and if they are insured under their parents’ plan, the insurance would not be billed.”

It is important to note that no one here is arguing over the notion that birth control for sexually active teens is unnecessary, or immoral, or unethical. In fact, it’s the responsible thing to do. However, the state conducting gynecological procedures on 11-year-old girls, in secret, is frightening!

If an 11-year-old girl walked into a private OBGYN clinic alone and asked the receptionist for an IUD, you could rest assured that the doctor would not conduct the procedure without the consent of the parents. They are ethically obligated to do so. 

What magic happens when the state usurps that trust between a child and her parents which makes the lack of parental consent acceptable?

Why not teach children to better communicate with their parents, instead of inviting them into a deceptive and confidential relationship with a government gynecologist?

In America today, if you are an 11-year-old girl, you can’t go on a field trip to the Science Museum without your parents signing a consent form. However, if you want to, you can get a long-acting reversible contraceptive device inserted into your vagina, by a government agent, and your parents never need to know.

  • Exctintion!!!

  • This is totally fucked up.

  • Huh
    Id freak out !!!!!

  • Why isn’t this illegal? Parents or guardians need to know. Birth control is about so much more than the actual act of sex and providing this without the education and emotional support is utterly irresponsible.

    • POPULATION CONTROL!

    • Read the post as the editor is cherry picking things real heavy.

    • Would you rather she get pregnant at that age?

    • Suzy Carriere Obviously, I wouldn’t. I do however believe that all women should be educated about the choices they make with their bodies.

    • That I agree with, I think this article does us a disservice in this respect, however, many parents are just not ready to listen to or interact with their children in an adult way on this topic.

    • Suzy Carriere Agree completely!

    • Suzy Carriere there are compounding issues here.

      1)it’s a child. The very image of her sexual is a crime, let alone the act. You cannot have a conversation about adult activities with somebody who can’t legally act. Would you teach mixology to high school kids?

      2) all forms of birth control, including iud carry risk far out pacing pregnancy. Have you ever seen a 17yr old stroke paitent? I have. Last I saw her she was in a wheel chair with no higher cognative functions.

      My point is this: these are VERY serious topics, regarding a CHILD. The parent cannot be excluded.

    • Yes parents can be excluded. They don’t own kids.

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • You are wrong on both points. You absolutely can talk to kids about sex and sexual health. And you should. Not every child has parents that would be ok with letting a minor have birth control, but that doesn’t preclude them having sex, however uncomfortable it makes adults feel.

      While there are very real risks to taking birth control, giving birth as an adolescent is far riskier. Girls under the age of 15 don’t have a fully developed pubic bone. Their babies are 50-100% more likely to die in the first month of birth. Death rate for mothers under 16 are 4-5x higher than for mothers under 20. And we havn’t even talked about socioeconomic implications.
      http://www.who.int/maternal_child_adolescent/topics/maternal/adolescent_pregnancy/en/

    • Douglas Brigham neither do the schools own those kids. parents pay for the schools and pay the teachers

    • It’s called the internet. Kids know a lot more now, a lot sooner than people ever did. Forget porn mags and playing doctor when sex is everywhere online.

      Playing doctor as a 10-11 year old would have certainly led to actually sex had we had the kind of access kids have now to knowing what sex is and how it’s done.

      I mean its a bold move but with kids being pregnant the moment they hit puberty, something needs to be done.

    • I got birth control without my parents knowledge or consent in my teen years. They offered multiple services and abundant information. If I didn’t have that available to me I wouldn’t be as protected or as knowledgeable as I have been. It wouldn’t have stopped me having sex though, it just helped me prepare. I was lucky a friend pointing this place out to me, many didn’t ! Its amazing for this to be offered (NOT forced) to students who want them.
      Your kids aren’t likely to come to you to discuss their first time, especially before it happens.
      This is arming them with knowledge and control over their own bodies. Its not the states, not the schools, and not the parents. That body belongs only to the child. You are their guardian, not their slave master.

    • QUIET OBVIOUSLY AMERICAN DO KNOW OR UNDERSTAND THE BRITISH SCHOOL SYSTEM OR LAW, LETS JUST SAY THIS ARTICLE IS THE BIGGEST LOAD OF HORSE SHIT EVER WRITTEN.

    • The school isn’t forcing them to get it. Just making it available because some parents won’t for their own.

    • You all think schools are forcing kids to get birth control.

      No they are not. So by making it available for them is bad thing.

      I guess you all don’t mind high teen pregnancy rates, and kids having abortions. Then being on welfare because they don’t even have an high school diploma.

      Most teen mom’s get government assistance.

      Basically you would be putting more burren on tax payers by saying kids must have parental concent.

      Fucking control freaks that want to run other people lives.

    • Idiot

  • Nice click bait. Those are medical devices and can’t be given to children without parental consent. But I guess “Free Thought Project” is relying on people not reading the article or knowing facts.

    • It’s not just Washington, every state has written laws about minors and birth control. Scroll down the link to see your state. Where it says “all minors with no restrictions” mean no parents consent is needed. http://www.contracept.org/minorsaccess.php

    • Sorry, but parental consent isn’t needed for birth control, nor should it be, unless you relish pregnant teens.

    • my highschool used to have a birth control program for girls and you did not need parental consent.

    • Again, oral contraceptives & condoms do not require nor should they require parental consent. Placing an IUD is an invasive medical procedure & does require guardian consent for a minor.

    • Most IUDs need to be placed in a woman who has already had a baby. The cervix need to be softened to implant them. It’s a medical procedure, can’t be done at a school or without parental consent. I usually like this page, I’m a little disappointed they would share this ridiculousness.

    • They also require you sign a waiver because they can make you infertile among other major medical concerns. 11 year old girls? Please.

    • You fucking sheep will do ANYTHING the state tells you huh? WOW

    • What the fuck are you even talking about? And no one cares what you think. If you grow a uterus maybe you can comment. On second thought…don’t because you still won’t have anything coherent to say.

    • @james cressler IM RAGING ON FACEBOOK BECAUSE MY LOGIC IS BROKEN

  • I find this article unbelievable. There is no licensed doctor in this country that would place an IUD in an 11 year old with or without parental consent.
    As a pediatric RN, I will correct a statement in this article, the average age for menses starting is now 10-11 years of age, not 13.75.

    • Actually, in Washington state, there is no age limit on any type of birth control.

    • Idk about all states, but I know in Virginia birth control is one of the only things teens can get medically without parental notification or consent.

    • Parents don’t have to concent. Hell most states on birth control don’t make kids get parent concent.

    • Oral contraceptives without parental consent is a different topic. An IUD is an invasive procedure & a minor can not consent to that procedure without guardian consent.

  • Mmm… An 11 year having sex is being abused – statutory rape is rape… So the question is what is the appropriate age? For me, it is young enough to avoid an unwanted pregnancy – so 11 seems appropriate, particularly for those being abused. Unfortunately it also means that once older male contacts know there is no risk of pregnancy she is likely to be abused more often…

    • Not always

      I know girls that were fucking in 6th grade, and they weren’t being abused at all.

    • An 11 year old girl being funked is being raped..

    • If a man or woman funked you at the age of 11 you would understand how helpless you were

    • It would only be statutory rape if the 11 year old’s sexual partner was above the age of consent. Two 11 year olds having sex is not statutory rape

    • The point missed here is, KIDS are fucking one another..,some of you take the position that an 11 year old girl is having sex with an adult..thereby being a victim of rape and abuse (if so this would be true) but kids do have sex, and they always have..Its in the past few decades that the blind religious never right have taken their usual illogical, hypocritical, lying ass opinions into realms they should have never been allowed..one into politics and the law.

  • Children are people, too, and they have unalienable rights, too.

    Boys can legally acquire condoms at any age without telling their guardians.

    • Depends. I know some stores will not sell condoms to minors. Also, a condom is not implanted into a sexual reproductive organ. A condoms only side effect is probably latex allergy? If your child reacts to having a foreign body implanted in to them, shouldn’t the parents know? Whose liable for complications? A boy isn’t going to wear a condom for years. It’s not the same.

    • Unalienable rights? Wow!

    • You’re right. Parents should be told about implants and anything that may cause a serious reaction.
      It’s illegal to deny a minor condoms (if they have the money) around here. Encouraging safe sex and all.

      But parents’ permission or knowledge shouldn’t be required, either.
      God knows I’ve known young girls who wish they could’ve had an implant without their parents knowing.

    • Read the post. The editor is cherry picking his headline to project that what happens in one state happens in every public school.

    • Also, the author hasn’t even painted an accurate picture of what happens in this state.

    • Condoms and IUDs/hormone implants are VASTLY different. Your comparison is invalid.
      That said, parents should be telling their sexually active girls (not just their boys) to acquire and use condoms EVERY TIME. Not only do they protect against unintended pregnancy, but also STDs (which IUDs and hormone implants do not do)
      The onus should be on the parents, not the state or the schools

    • Last I checked condoms have a 0% chance of giving a child a stroke. Hormone birth control on the other hand….

    • Last I checked people don’t have the right to determine what’s best for others.
      Last I checked, you want to educate people, rather than prohibit them, to keep them safe. Because that’s what works.

      They may have a seizure from birth control. That’s certainly more dangerous on average than a baby being pushed out of a 12 year old. That’s way safer. Thank God you set me straight, now if my little sister gets raped by her uncle and gets pregnant, at least I know she won’t suffer from seizures.

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • I disagree it’s win win.
      There are great risks that shouldn’t be understated.
      But it’s certainly not something that should be denied on some illusory belief that we have superior moral and intellectual ground over others.

    • The great risk being understood is the issue. People under the age of around 20 actually do not perceive risk appropriately. That’s actually a part of adolescent IQ test. Try to explain to a 11yr old consequences for a lifetime when they’ve only had 5yrs of semi-abstract comprehensive activity.

    • You clearly have zero understanding of medicine. The issue isn’t birth control. The issue is STDs and strokes.

      Let me help you understand this: and iud is only a good option for a longterm, single partner, adult.

      1) An 11yr old is way to young for an HPV vaccination. HPV is carried by about 96% of the population, but the two types vaccinated for are carried by about 30%. Those two types have been linked to cervical cancer. You will encourage cancer in a younger population.

      2) iud is a hormone therapy. A hormone therapy is a developing child can lead to long term mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

      3)those same hormone therapies come with a risk of stroke. It’s not a “that doesn’t actually happen” warning; those kinds of strokes abso-fucking-lutely do happen. Infact, women who are overweight, inactive, sit for long periods, or smoke should NOT use them.

      All of these risk are taking place in a demographic that does not comprehend long term risk like adults do. Actually measuring the comprehension of long term risk is part of the adolescent IQ test.

      You are literally condoning the issuance, under false security, of dangerous devices to kids who do not understand what they are agreeing too.

      Finally, condoms are for a group activity. Girls should carry and use them too. That’s not a “guys only” tool.

    • Who is taking responsibility for all this. Kids do not have rights of the parents are responsible for their actions. Wake up people. If anyone thinks this is ok should not have rights themselves

    • No I’m not. I’m condoning the issuance of non obvious birth control.
      Like I said, if you bothered to actually read what I typed, it’s a great risk. But you can’t say, “there are no exceptions.” Something like this might be the most logical, and helpful thing in a great deal of situations.

      > having a different opinion than me qualifies you being stripped of rights
      Seems like a reasonable course of action.

    • Parents are responsible for their actions only in wonderland.
      You may not know this- but not every parent is a good one.
      They can avoid consequences of their “responsibility” almost as easily as the President

    • If you call a court of law “wonderland” than you’re absolutely right Adrian Grace. People get sued all the time because of shit their kids did.

    • Yes.
      The responsibilities of a child’s actions to others are on the parents if charges are pressed.

      I’m talking about responsibility of parents when there isn’t a third party involved. If two parents abuse/allow abuse, who holds them responsible then? The fact is that it happens a lot more than you think. A lot of children were regularly abused but still maintain a “healthy” relationship with their parents, even though they have intense psychological trauma, because they can’t place where it could stem from.

      And I’m not talking out of my ass, here, because I was sexually abused by my guardian and their “friends” for 12 years. If I was female, I would’ve become pregnant with a druggie’s children.
      If I hadn’t rolled “lucky” in the gene pool by being male- would you deny me that iud?

    • Tell me that you could look into a 11 year old, constant rape victim’s eyes, and refuse them any defense.
      Tell me that, and I’ll secede

    • It’s not a magical fucking world where people are always held responsible for their actions.
      Sometimes people are forced into unfair positions, and have to make decisions that should never be forced upon them.

      But that doesn’t mean you get to decide for them.

    • An 11 year old can not buy a lottery ticket,can not buy a pack of cigarettes ,can not go have a drink at the bar ,can not drive ,but can have an alien object inserted in her body ,not understanding the ramifications ,without parental knowledge .
      THAT MAKES A LOT OF SENCE .
      Also ,that give that child the OK to have unprotected sex .Oh,sure ,she will not get pregnant ,that’s great ,but who cares about the deseases???????

    • Not legally.
      But I don’t think my uncle cared about child sex laws.
      I don’t think a lot of uncles in the world care about them.

      And no, it’s not, you perverted psycho. Getting control of your body isn’t an okay to have unprotected sex anymore than having a gun is an okay to murder Muslims.

    • That’s not how children see it. That’s the point. They do NOT understand. I would love to see you give an 11yr old a gift, and tell them they can’t use it. Let me know how that goes.

    • What in your opinion makes me a perverted psycho??
      I did not call you names ,did I??

    • You assume that a female’s control over their own body is the same as arousal and leads to intercourse.
      If assuming young females all want to go out and have sex isn’t perverse, I don’t know what is.

      Birth control is not a gift, you weirdo. It’s not something that’s “nice” or “pleasing” that you give to somebody. It’s not something you’d do for Christmas, is it? It’s not something that shows up on the telly with a standard $19.99+s&h and a phone number to order.
      It’s a defence against premature parenthood.

      The fact that you identified an inability to conceive as a gift has extremely disturbing implications, by the way.

    • Being implanted with something that makes you STERILE is NOT the same as wrapping a condom on your dick

    • You’re not sterilised by birth control.
      But you’re not entirely on the wrong track.

    • Yes and no. Children are not competent for certain things.

    • Pedo detected.

      You degenerate fucking robot.

    • James Huffman there are 2 kinds of IUDs – copper (which lasts 10 years and has no hormonal side effects though can make period cramps extremely painful) and hormonal (which is not a systemic hormone so it doesn’t affect the body like the pill does). Hopefully, ob gynes are only offering the copper ones to teenagers since screwing with hormones can be detrimental on the human body (effects vary woman to woman).

    • Amanda Osborne the copper ones are only effective in mature adults (over age 16), and still does not address the std issue, or parental concent.

    • Adrian Grace,you are very hostile and I understand why.
      I m sorry for all the bad things that happened to you .I wish someone had been there to protect you ,but don’t assume we are all out to do the wrong things .I am a Mother of 4 ,now grown up ,the grandmother of 4 young ones .I would give my life to protect them all . But believe me ,this is not the way to protect children at all .

    • Hey ADRIAN GRACE! I would hope that if your little sister got raped by her uncle that the rest of your family would step up and shoot the bastard! …now having said that, yes, there are always extenuating circumstances in almost any given situation. It would be very hard to ALWAYS have things ‘black n white’. But come on, 11 yr olds with the the ‘right’ to get iuds without their parents knowing?

    • “C’mon, children having rights!? Insanity!”
      Yeah, because children don’t have feelings or intelligence. They’re not even sentient.

      “Different ways of protecting children than I am used to is wrong.”
      Because there are no exceptions or circumstances that would lead to a child needing to take their own reins.

      The only way of protecting children, obviously, is to make the parents completely responsible, and remove all rights from children. After all, without self preservation instincts, or self awareness, how could they possibly know what’s best?

      Without knowing exactly what a child is going through, how can you possibly know best?

      And nobody has answered me. Would you be able to deny a child rape victim their last defence against a completely-irreversibly travesty of a life?
      One that they wouldn’t hesitate to end?
      Would you do that- based on your perceived moral superiority? Based on your deep care for their health?

    • Worst case scenario, iud could cause sterility. I’d rather my kids be given condoms

    • Adrian Grace, look up the side effects for IUDs. Think an 11 year old can make informed medical decisions? If you think they need this right protected, consider a guardian ad litem type of arrangement.

    • Nick Sitterly, look up the side effects of pregnancy at 12 years.
      The youngest mother recorded was only 4 years when she was first impregnated.
      It fucking happens. Just because it’s not in the 90% doesn’t mean you bastards can ignore them. Just because you don’t personally know anyone its happened to, doesn’t mean they’re worthless.

  • Looks like the left wants to control people as much as the right.

    • No one is forcing kids to get it.

      Just making it available doesn’t mean it’s forced on them.

      Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • And parents think little Jenny is going spread her legs for Billy. Because Jenny is their little angel that wouldn’t have sex before marriage.

      Guess what that’s how Jenny becomes a pregnant teen.

    • When you say forced, your not quite up on a parent’s right to consent, are you?

    • after reading all these comments in this thread, this pretty much expresses my feelings. (y)

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

  • Before everyone gets their shit in a knot about this bull shit article, understand that nothing in it is actually backed up with any credible fact or statistic. This is nothing but click bait to get those who don’t bother to fact check all riled up to fit the agenda that this page. I gave this page one too many chances. I’m out

  • Abraham Lincoln once said that you can’t believe everything you read on the Internet. I think I’m taking his advice on this article. I may be naive, but I just don’t believe that schools would offer this. The liability of having complications would be staggering. Guess we’ll see where this goes. Tell ya one thing though, if this is true, I would get a lawyer and make damn sure that school knows that if they so much try to insert anything into my daughters vagina, I will destroy everything that the person loves in life.

  • Why are girls this young able to get this birth control? My be is it because girls this young are getting raped and getting pregnant? Yup EXACTLY and everyone knows it because that’s how SICK MOST MEN ARE IN THIS WORLD!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • So sad

  • Why is an 11year old having sex in the first place?

    • Lol I know right, shouldn’t she be still playing with dolls

    • ’cause it feels good?

    • True molestation and true rape sure. But if parents did their damn jobs right in this current day and age, we wouldn’t have these kinds of problems. But the government does NOT get to get involved with my children’s reproductive organs without my consent. And to the woman who said, “it feels good.” You are part of the damn problem.

    • I am NOT a woman you dumb bitch, and as to it feeling good being a fucking problem – take it up with Mother Nature. You ever had an orgasm? Stupid bitch, YOU are part of the problem – and that is EDUCATION and not hiding behind some ANCIENT moralistic RELIGIOUS bullshit that tries to DENY human nature. Go Fuck Yourself you old whore.

    • Lol, wow, doth you protest overmuch? I don’t believe in God first off, or ANY organized religion because, shit like fairies and zombified Christ blood doesn’t exist. Two, I’m younger than you. Three, if you want to look right in your bullshit opinion how about you tone down your name calling. A simple, “I’m not a woman” suffices. And your comment is one of the DUMBEST, most idiotic, pieces of shit answers I’ve EVER had the misfortune of reading. I’ll bet your daughter, if you ever have one will be one of the biggest, most disgusting, VD riddled girls in her high school, because hey! “Sex feels good.”

      You are a spineless, dickless piece of shit that lacks any and all intellectual abilities. Take your lackluster bull and go teach your kids to be whores. Let the state raise your kids for you and cram them full of shit that you should’ve made sure your girls and boys had enough RESPECT for themselves NOT to fuck at 11.

  • First..IUD’S should never be used unless you have been pregnant and a doctor won’t prescribe unless there’s parental consent. Secondly, a 14yr old can walk into a doctor’s office and get birth control without the parents knowledge. The doctor cannot disclose anything the child says or does to the parent.

    • Here, in washington, people of any age can get any form of birth control without parental consent or knowledge. Also, http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3039047

    • Here in Canada it’s a little more controlled however, I do not agree with a 14yr old being able to make adult choices without parental consent. Children/teens are not psychologically able to make appropriate choices. Extensive research has proven that. In a case where parents are not taking an active role in their child’s life, parent’s should be given the opportunity to respond or someone else will step in on the child’s behalf(counsellor).

    • That used to be true, but now they say they are made to be used anytime, even before your first pregnancy.

    • Do you think teens consult their parents before having sex? No, kids aren’t capable of making decisions, but they do. And they have consequences. The only question is whether you would have that consequence be pregnancy or birth control.

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • Hahahah, you are taking the stance that adolescents have no sexuality and that they are not able to make an educated decision to safely engage in sex? Please point me to all your facts..

    • As a frontline worker(Child and Youth) who works with children and teens, I know more than you would about what goes on.

    • I have worked in Child Welfare abuse investigation, mental health treatment services, and am currently an advocate for homeless and runaway teens. 16 years in the field, tell me more about how much you know.. What a stupid statement.

    • Awww…good for you! Then YOU of all people should know what I’m talking about right? If you don’t then I suggest you do a little more research on the topic.
      You’re questioning my info and I’m just giving it to you. Not that you are entitled to it.

    • Teens can make informed decisions. If they have information avaliable to them. Simular to adults. Bad info bad choices. Like don’t have sex before marriage for sex education is bad it doesn’t work.

    • Hell you was wrong about IUD only being for women who been pregnant.

      You really don’t have clue what you are talking about.

    • I don’t need to do any research on “the topic” at all Sonja, thanks for the suggestion though. You stated you “know more than I would” so I just wanted to tell you that sounds pretty stupid. Douglas, good point.

    • Put this way less teens pregnant less teens wanting abortion.

      It’s a win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • As a whole, most teens are unable to handle adult like choices on their own. One fact that supports this is there has been a rise in teen suicide rates due to heading to college/university at the tender age of 17. Coping with the pressures of having to act like an adult but not ready to be one results in many developing anxiety, depression.
      Teens are unpredictable, tend to think in the moment and don’t focus on the consequences that may happen as a result of their impulsivity. Mind you, there are some teens out there that have the ability to make informed decisions but that’s because they have adults in their life guiding them along the way. Preaching sex before marriage doesn’t work with all teens because they are impulsive beings.

    • Teen suicide rates are attributed to many factors. Teen pregnancy is attributed to one thing, sex. Whether or not you think they can handle the decision has no bearing on what they are going to do. A teen does understand the concept of birth control and how it works. I am not real clear, are you against having easily accessible birth control because they aren’t ready for it? Anyways.. I appreciate the work that you do with kids, it is important

    • My point was, I do not agree that a child of 14 or 11 can walk into a doctor’s office without a parent’s or guardian’s knowledge. As a parent, I believe we have a right to know what is happening with our child so we can guide them through life. That’s all I’m saying. Parental involvement is soo important to a child(teens are still children).
      As for suicide amongst teens, since Ontario has eliminated grade 13 and 17yr olds are now entering college/university(most living away from home), the suicide rates have gone up amongst this age group. They are faced with making adult like choices and are not capable of handling the pressures that come along with that. These children are also being exposed to many other things that perhaps they aren’t ready to process. Yes I know, there are other contributing factors that contribute to someone committing suicide.

    • Sonja Edgell the guiding should have started long before age eleven. A sixth grade girl called me to inquire why l thought my eleven year old was too young to have a steady girl friend. I have used every incident seen on television or in real life to teach my son about the sex act and its possible conseqences. Also, that many young girls have been sexually abused by relatives or family friends which sometimes leads to their seeking sexual partners as a means to have some control over their bodies. We discussed that the girls had emotional issues for which more sex was not the answer. Also, there was the problem of STDs and even AIDS because of having many partners. I am surprised that no one is talking about the high incidence of sexual abuse of young girls by older individuals, as some of you are claiming to be social workers.

  • bullshit….IUDs are implanted by doctors……check your facts

  • Going on a field trip won’t stop you from getting pregnant when daddy rapes you, fucktards.

  • Uhh no

  • Must depend on the school, as a lot of them are teaching abstinence So your headline states that “It is now easier for an 11-year old girl to have a gynecological procedure in public school than it is for her to get a can of soda.” That is not true in IN, Mich, Ohio, Tenn, Kentucky, Georgia, and the list goes on and on. You must be cherry picking you subject again.

  • the moment a sperm cell comes in contact with an ovary life begins. taking anti-baby pills or LARC’s kills the embryo. thats why people invented condoms. STOP murdering your own babies in your wombs. STOP IT!

  • Not in New Jersey !

  • At abject minimum, I think this is a exaggerated article . . . . consider the source! What are the actual numbers of patient, implants, demand . . . . for want of better terms to make the question clear . . .

    And what does it say about our society for one so young to feel a need to seek planned parenthood at such a young and tender age . . . . and what does it say for the parents who would force that burden upon their “children”.

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

  • This article is full of misinformation and leaves out important details. However, even if it was 100% accurate, I don’t see any issue whatsoever with allowing a teen to choose to be on birth control. Parents, we don’t own our children. If a young woman wants to be sexually active and has taken steps to ensure she will not get pregnant before she’s ready, I’d say she has already shown a greater level of maturity than a lot of adults.

    • A teen yes, not an 11 year old lol

    • My apologies, I misspoke. I don’t see the problem with an 11 year old getting birth control, either.

    • you classify an 11 year old as a “young woman.” most women would consider an 11 year old to be a child. predators view 11 year olds sexually, but most parents would not consider an 11 year mature enough to make informed decisions about sexual intimacy.

    • I don’t personally agree with 11 year olds having sex. However, if it’s going to happen, why shouldn’t they have access to all forms of contraception? I’d much rather they have birth control than an unwanted child.

    • I don’t see where you have come up with the idea that parents don’t own their children. If a parent raises a child and is legally responsible for that child and can be put in jail and have to pay fines for the actions of that child then they “own” them. At the age of 11 a child is not able to make critical life decisions. The whole idea of this is absurd.

    • You clearly have zero understanding of medicine. The issue isn’t birth control. The issue is STDs and strokes.

      Let me help you understand this: and iud is only a good option for a longterm, single partner, adult.

      1) An 11yr old is way to young for an HPV vaccination. HPV is carried by about 96% of the population, but the two types vaccinated for are carried by about 30%. Those two types have been linked to cervical cancer. You will encourage cancer in a younger population.

      2) iud is a hormone therapy. A hormone therapy is a developing child can lead to long term mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

      3)those same hormone therapies come with a risk of stroke. It’s not a “that doesn’t actually happen” warning; those kinds of strokes abso-fucking-lutely do happen. Infact, women who are overweight, inactive, sit for long periods, or smoke should NOT use them.

      All of these risk are taking place in a demographic that does not comprehend long term risk like adults do. Actually measuring the comprehension of long term risk is part of the adolescent IQ test.

      You are literally condoning the issuance, under false security, of dangerous devices to kids who do not understand what they are agreeing too.

      Finally, condoms are for a group activity. Girls should carry and use them too. That’s not a “guys only” tool.

    • Yet stroke is very rare from birth control.

    • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • I know a lot of 11-year-olds that make better decisions than most adults I know.

    • James Huffman 11 years old is the recommended age for an HPV vaccination: http://www.cdc.gov/std/hpv/stdfact-hpv-vaccine-young-women.htm

      “HPV vaccination is recommended for 11 and 12 year-old girls. It is also recommended for girls and women age 13 through 26 years of age who have not yet been vaccinated or completed the vaccine series; HPV vaccine can also be given to girls beginning at age 9 years.”

    • 11 years old is not a teen.

    • So. 11 is when puberty can start.

  • Everybody here supporting this crap – So caught up in how You personally Feel about birth control and access to it – yall all seem to forget the drawbacks – hormone damage, organ damage, blood clots , cancer , and Deaths – What better way to create Life-long consumers of “Sick”care – than to sucker girls into changing thier biological functions

    • Thank you Stephanie!
      It’s nice to see people on facebook, who are aware.

    • Lololololol

      Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

      Birth control side effects are low %.

      Guess what birth control also regulates periods.

    • Thanks for making my point, my post has nothing to do with my personal veiws on: preteens or teens having sex, their access to B.C., reducing abortions / teen pregnancy or controlling anyone – My point was that young girls and many folks like yourself, Douglas, are Poorly informed of the risks to their health and the repercussions of hormonal birth control.
      Oh Yes , nothing better than a regulated period (which does not exist on BC – because you don’t experience a normal cycle on BC, it stops it – you experience hormonal withdrawal bleeding / and / break through bleeding -but it’s not a “period”. I digress , nothing like a regulated “period” totally worth the now 1 in 8 chance of having a Hormonally receptive Breast Cancer – Anybody, who hasn’t been drinking the Corporate-bought Science Kool-aid can see Endocrine receptor-positive (estrogen or progesterone receptors)
      HER2-positive
      Triple positive: positive for estrogen receptors, progesterone receptors, and HER2 – and hormone responsive endometrial and uterine cancers are connected directly to birth control ( and that’s not just pills, IUDS such as mirena are also hormonal ) there is only one Breast cancer that is not Hormone receptive and that’s Triple negative breast cancer, it’s a tip off that All brest cancer is defined by it’s Hormonal receptivity, the Breast cancer grows on the same hormones that make up BC, (yes, we have them in our bodies naturally at much lower concentrations, our bodies are meant to cycle , and our hormones to fluctuate

    • Lol sorry Douglas Brigham, I reponded with all that above , without seeing your profile pic , or realizing I was responding to a slick sleeve, no patch, bare-chested, 30+ yr old specialist – I didn’t understand your mental limitations at the time, for that I apologize, Bless your heart.

    • No patch. Lololololol That’s me in Iraq. Fell under 3rd medical brigade their and joint service. That was in 06.

      Still none of that actually counters what I said.

      Birth Control is safe the side effects are low % of what happens.

      People are informed of side effects before any medicine is taken.

      Former medic.

    • Birth control doesn’t change biological functions.

    • Grows on same hormone doesn’t mean that it causes breast cancer. Nor make it grow.

      You really don’t know what you are talking about.

    • Maybe you should have stayed in nursing school.

    • Birth control does change biological functions , that’s kind of the whole point, Such as stopping ovulation and restricting growth of endometrial tissue, which are stopped by taking excess hormones in pills or IUDs, keeping the female body from cycling though the many drops and rises, a full symphony of cycles that occurr naturally each month.
      Yes, Breast Cancer grows on those very same hormones, that’s why All the Breast , uterine, endometrial and ovarian Cancers are treated with Drugs that Block these Hormones , the same hormones that make up Birth control.

      Selective estrogen-receptor response modulators (SERMs). SERMs block the effects of estrogen in the breast (Tamoxifen and Fareston/ toremifene)

      Aromatase inhibitors: which work by stopping the production of estrogen. blocking the enzyme aromatase, which turns the hormone androgen into small amounts of estrogen in the body. This means that less estrogen is available to stimulate the growth of hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer cells (Arimidex /anastrozole, Aromasin/ exemestane and Femara/ letrozole).

      Estrogen-receptor downregulators (ERDs). Estrogen receptor downregulators, called ERDs for short, block the effects of estrogen in breast tissue. ERDs sit in the estrogen receptors in breast cells. If an ERD is in the estrogen receptor, there is no room for estrogen and it can’t attach to the cell. ERDs also reduce the number of estrogen receptors and change the shape of breast cell estrogen receptors so they don’t work as well. Faslodex/ fulvestrant)

      Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone agents (LHRHs). LHRHs

    • Do you know what an IUD is? It does not have the same hormone side effects that the pill has

    • Former “Medic” eh? Did you mean 3rd medical command ? As a reservist / that’s a 44th med Brigade , you’re sporting – every unit needs a few warm bodies to sweep sand and clean bed pans

    • IUDs do Duncan Swedlo- there are 3 commonly available in the us Mirena , skyla and paraguard (mirena and skyla Are Hormonal – paraguard is not)

    • And they do cause the same hormonal effects

  • no, this can’t be true

  • well, thats far better than getting pregnant with an unwanted child..Parents need to do their job and abstinance is not the message kids listen to-we fail to think about human nature and what puberty does to males and females. And having parents that rely on the luck of the draw, and remain silent is the greatest problem.

    • I agree 100% with birth control being available. My concern with this is are they educating girls about IUD’s before implanting them.

    • You clearly have zero understanding of medicine. The issue isn’t birth control. The issue is STDs and strokes.

      Let me help you understand this: and iud is only a good option for a longterm, single partner, adult.

      1) An 11yr old is way to young for an HPV vaccination. HPV is carried by about 96% of the population, but the two types vaccinated for are carried by about 30%. Those two types have been linked to cervical cancer. You will encourage cancer in a younger population.

      2) iud is a hormone therapy. A hormone therapy is a developing child can lead to long term mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

      3)those same hormone therapies come with a risk of stroke. It’s not a “that doesn’t actually happen” warning; those kinds of strokes abso-fucking-lutely do happen. Infact, women who are overweight, inactive, sit for long periods, or smoke should NOT use them.

      All of these risk are taking place in a demographic that does not comprehend long term risk like adults do. Actually measuring the comprehension of long term risk is part of the adolescent IQ test.

      You are literally condoning the issuance, under false security, of dangerous devices to kids who do not understand what they are agreeing too.

      Finally, condoms are for a group activity. Girls should carry and use them too. That’s not a “guys only” tool.

    • The little girl protrayed in this is a bit young…scare tactics works on to many american’s.

  • This is undocumented bullshit. And also the last time I click on your c rap. Bye.

  • Ok..it’s pathetic that Snopes has looked into this far beyond just about everyone else. Here’s what’s really going on up here in Washington, folks. By the way, Take Charge is not a new program…neither is the law that allows people of any age confidential access to birth control.

    http://www.snopes.com/2015/07/06/seattle-iuds-sixth-graders/

  • The implantation of an IUD is a medical procedure, I seriously doubt that they are just popping them in on campus.

  • Every state has written laws about minors and birth control. Scroll down the link to see your state. Where it says “all minors with no restrictions” mean no parent consent is needed in that state. I cant believe people don’t know this stuff. http://www.contracept.org/minorsaccess.php

  • Another step the state is taking to turn the children away from their parents and into the wards of the state

    • Lol

      Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • Thank you.

    • Really the government wants to take kids away. Then in turn raise them.

      Yeah. Looney toons.

  • Huh

  • I’m hoping my girl will be able to talk to Me about these things

  • i think the bigger problem is why an 11 year old would need this. if she does her parents have failed completely . but hey if they would rather have their 11 year old daughter be pregnant they must be doing a bang up job as parents…. and obviously they need it and their parents would deny it…. so is it better to force them to be pregnant and mothers in middle school? or maybe the parents should take responsibility and not have a sexually active preteen

  • Hitler did the opposite of this, he was encouraging sex, but like Hitler, in America, we have more than one depopulation plan.

  • Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

    It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

  • Why would children be given access to hormonal drugs when they themselves probably haven’t hit puberty. They shouldn’t be given the opportunity to use something they know nothing about. I would be fucking pissed if my kid went and did that shit cuz it’s unsafe.. I get doctors can’t disclose info, but they should be smart enough to see that this may not be a good option for a fucking 11 year old.

  • Didn’t know this page was ran by christian conservative. Koch brothers puppets.

  • Outrageous!

  • How about you worry about your vagina and I’ll worry about mine.

  • Wtf they should be still playing with barbie dolls! !! Fuuuk this world is sick

  • Sounds illegal

  • “Why not teach children to better communicate with their parents, instead of inviting them into a deceptive and confidential relationship with a government gynecologist?” OMG I am shocked & appalled – thanks so much for sharing things that mainstream media so often chooses to ignore…

    • Parents are the problem here. Parents dont know how to communicate and so a child isnt taught communication skills.

  • All for the supression of teen pregnancy.

  • Who knows what kind of parents these children have (abusive,non-existent, over recative, in denial. ..the list goes on). The reality is children are having sex. If they feel they need birth control, it should be provided. Parents should be talking to their children early about the changes in their bodies, sex and birth control. And be willing to keep the conversation open and non emotional.

    • You clearly have zero understanding of medicine. The issue isn’t birth control. The issue is STDs and strokes.

      Let me help you understand this: and iud is only a good option for a longterm, single partner, adult.

      1) An 11yr old is way to young for an HPV vaccination. HPV is carried by about 96% of the population, but the two types vaccinated for are carried by about 30%. Those two types have been linked to cervical cancer. You will encourage cancer in a younger population.

      2) iud is a hormone therapy. A hormone therapy is a developing child can lead to long term mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.

      3)those same hormone therapies come with a risk of stroke. It’s not a “that doesn’t actually happen” warning; those kinds of strokes abso-fucking-lutely do happen. Infact, women who are overweight, inactive, sit for long periods, or smoke should NOT use them.

      All of these risk are taking place in a demographic that does not comprehend long term risk like adults do. Actually measuring the comprehension of long term risk is part of the adolescent IQ test.

      You are literally condoning the issuance, under false security, of dangerous devices to kids who do not understand what they are agreeing too.

      Finally, condoms are for a group activity. Girls should carry and use them too. That’s not a “guys only” tool.

    • Yet that doesn’t happen.

      Which this actually reduces teen pregnancy thus reducing number of abortions teens are having.

      It’s win win. Unless you are a control freak.

    • What about all of the possible side effects, young bodies are still developing, who knows what the long term effects of that will be? Have open, honest sex education and relationship education sessions, give them condoms but don’t give them hormonal contraceptives that may have long lasting negative effects. Parents and teachers also need to be aware if they have a school aged kid who is at risk of being coerced, abused or raped (because that’s what it really is), and work to protect them and remove them from that situation.

  • So what is the legal age of consent???

  • I had an iud after giving birth – and it was not a pleasant or even bland experience – it hurt…imagining an intact cervix being probed to insert an iud has me squeezing my legs!!! Nah!!

  • Good! Think about the LONG term affect this can have for their success in life.

  • WOW, completely unbelievable – again demonstrating how insanely corrupt the gov’t, schools, and people supporting this stuff are becoming.

  • This is yellow journalism at its finest. The article references a single city where this is available, Seattle, and takes a decidedly biased approach to reporting the policy decisions that drove the city to do this. The truth is this policy came about because young girls in Seattle were getting pregnant. In fact, 28% of black girls and 13.5% of whites menstruate. By age 12, 62% of blacks, and 35% of whites menstruate. The question I would ask of those who criticize this policy is do these young girls also go to their parents for permission to have intercourse? If not, why worry about bbirth control.

  • Not a problem.

  • Great, at least she will not get pregnant accidentally.

  • I’m not seeing how this could be legal, how liable could a school be if something went terribly wrong? This is stupid and dangerous because birth control comes with certain health risks..

  • And the problem with this is that the parents raised a sneaky, lying child and they are too lazy to interact with her to monitor her movements. And that is my problem? No, it is not.

  • I take it that they realized they can’t just kill us! They had to find a long term affect for children. Not a surprise to me at all

  • but they still can put the parent i jail for what the kids does! The state own the children now.

  • Interesting considering I’ve been trying to get mine replaced for two months and at least 2 gynos have rejected my referral from my my primary physician. I’m 32 with three children…

  • Bye bye America.

  • Better than a 12 year old mom!

  • Shealynn Edens what the fucking fuck

  • What the actual fuckin fuck

  • That’s so sick. Abused girls may even be told to get it or else kind of thing. This can’t really be legal.

  • “Why not teach children to better communicate with their parents, instead of inviting them into a deceptive and confidential relationship with a government gynecologist?”

    Uhh excuse me? Why not teach parents to better communicate with their children?

  • this is rubbish No british school doed this sort of thing.

  • Anyone for this is a complete moron. Some say, well boys get condoms at any age… well bitch they aren’t handed pills or having IUD’S implanted inside their young bodies. Give the girls condoms also if you like, send all students to sex education class and yes the parents need to talk to their children but No child that young should have access to IUD’S or pill expecially with the list of side affects that are possible. And one last point to all the idiots saying well kids are going to have sex,… be a fucking parent to your kid and know where they are what they are doing and go the extra distance to make sure that what they say is truthful. Majority of what children do and get away with is due to the failures of the parents.

  • Wtf

  • Very responsible girl.

  • Excellent news. I heartily approve.

  • So they can grow up thinking “it’s ok to be a slut” and never have to learn from mistakes… Until they die of an STD.

  • finally. i hope it stops reproduction greatly :’)

  • Ok bye

  • I would sue their ass off

  • If its an under age minor most are forced into sex slavery by their parents; that’s why you see articles like this… The government wants to get arid of pedophiles by making it legal to have sex at younger ages… It’s the parents who raise kids for this reason… Money. I was 16 the first time I had sex. I abstained. Its a bull lie of you say sex is natural and kids should be Able to do it…. Why don’t we lower the age for marriage then?

  • You can get an IUD but you cannot have a coke. Oh ok. That totally makes sense.

  • Schools being what they are, I’m not sure this is a good idea.

  • First of all no female should get an IUD before she has successfully had a child hopefully as an adult. Second I know grown wonen who have needed surgery for a perforated uterus and/or cervix let alone a not fully formed child. No reason in the world children should risk future fertility because they used a sometimes dangerous form of bc. PARENTS PLEASE EDUCATE YOUR CHILDREN AND BE THERE FOR THEM,THAT WILL SHOW A CHILD HER WORTH BEFORE SHE IS VICTIM TO RAPE OF ANOTHER UNDEVELOPED TEEN. No,no,no. This type of IUD that are being sued all over tv is not legally acceptable for a young female’s body. Jesus in heaven how can this even be a thought? Be the confidence your daughters need,be responsible for your sons acting like little gentlemen. Come on!!!

  • I don’t believe it. I smell Republican manipulation.

  • I think it’s fantastic that a girl at any age whose planning to have sex has enough sense to take care of herself.

  • Eleven year old girls getting IUDS without their parents knowledge! WTF!

  • All part of nwo agenda UN depopulation plan

  • Wtf

  • I’m not sure how I feel about this. On one hand I wouldn’t want a school offering birth control to a child but on the other hand, teen pregnancy wouldn’t thrill me either.

  • I believe this ad is hogwash. An IUD can penetrate the uterus making this a medical emergency. If parents are not aware that their daughter has an IUD then how will they know that they have an emergency at hand? And to those women who have had an IUD inserted, believe me, it’s not a piece of cake. There are a lot of side effects so for this ad to state that parents don’t need to be informed, that’s BS.

  • And yet a kid almost died because the school didn’t have a form signed for him to get his inhaler… Smh

  • No way. They are sexualizing young girls.

  • Privatize schools and send your kids to a school that agrees with your views. Problem solved.

  • I worry about the size of their pelvis and how scary it might be if she’s never been to the obgyn. So many problems with that. Copper poisoning is a side effect which parents need to know.

  • There is birth control that is non hormonal, and does not involve implanting objects that might move and cause problems… plenty of it. Condons, female condoms, sponge, diaphram, contraceptive foam…. I am all for supplying birth control without needing to inform parents so some embarassed preteen doesn’t forgo protection…but can we stick to barrier methods that can’t effect the students health?

  • Good, its not their parents or their religions decision.

  • There Government children!!!

  • Better not give them an aspirin.

  • That is so not right, what happened to values in America anymore, where ate their parents? Apparently the children of America are not learning the same things in school as I did. Why is an 11 year old having sex to begin with? At 11, I was riding bikes and didn’t even know about sex. That is ridiculous!!! That’s all we need, is the future of our country run by people born by mothers with a 6th grade education.

  • Crazy shit happens in this world like 11 years having sex… I don’t see an issue to this.. If it’s real lol

  • I was always told that you cannot get an IUD until you have a child. Before I had children I asked my gyno about getting one and they refused for that reason. So I don’t believe this article at all. If it is true, it’s not right. Yes, 11 yr olds are people, but they aren’t old enough to consent someone inserting something into their uterus.

  • All I can say is “holy shit”!

  • What the fuck ??? … are they fucking insane ???

  • Hell no!!!! That’s dangerous

  • Who cares

  • I just thank god my child is at a religious private school where this crap would never be considered.

    • I went to a religious private school. While no one gave us IUDs, many kids (yes 11 and 12 year olds) were having sex already. This was in 1993 and I saw some kids having sex at school.

    • That’s sad. My child’s school is small and all the parents are super involved and know what is going on. A lot of private schools are no better than public. And I remember things at my public school. But this school is definitely not that way.

  • good

  • Makes it more easy for the pervert teachers who want to have sex with 11yo girs, no pregnancy worries

  • if Eleven Year Old are having sex, lets don’t make more babies for “Welfare” programs however……….the IUD is not going to stop DISEASE!. Where are the parents……..heroine nodding or dope sick on the couch at home………..

  • I doubt most girls that young would opt for an IUD as their first option. I am not sure how valid this story is. If girls are worried about birth control before they are even used to their period happening I would be very surprised. Keep the communication open and not judgey parents and they should be fine.

  • because a childhood pregnancy is a real inconvenience to the pedophiles and adult rapists out there…

  • Sick people running our schools.

  • IUDs are so much more dangerous than condoms guys… If there’s a medical complication and the child is unable to speak up about the implant, it could prove fatal.

  • Can she get a gun too ?

  • I call bullshit. 15 year olds yes maybe. But if an 11 year old is concerned about getting pregnant there needs to be a criminal investigation on who is molesting that child.

  • WHERE is this happening????

  • Good!

  • ?

  • My daughter is 11 and while she says she knows one day she will think differently, right now she says penises are “gross” and “you must have really wanted me. I don’t know how you can even LOOK at a penis!”

  • 11 year olds do not have the capacity to make an informed decision about this sort of thing… what the actual Fcuk?

  • What about all of the possible side effects, young bodies are still developing, who knows what the long term effects of that will be? Have open, honest sex education and relationship education sessions, give them condoms but don’t give them hormonal contraceptives that may have long lasting negative effects. Parents and teachers also need to be aware if they have a school aged kid who is at risk of being coerced, abused or raped (because that’s what it really is), and work to protect them and remove them from that situation.

  • Isn’t sex with an 11 year old called RAPE??
    And the article reads 15-19 year olds..not 11 year Olds? ?!!??

  • The world is over populated. this is a good thing.

  • I personally think that is Ridiculous! So when this IUD gets hooked on a tampon n the child pulls it out the conditions are very serious! What is wrong with are Society today? 11 years old My Lord! So the parents are approving of her being Sexually Active at 11 years old! That is Terrible her body isn’t mature enough for such!

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