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The problem with people who say this is they’re ignoring how expensive it is to get an abortion or obtain reliable birth control. It’s only the wealthier schools that have good sex ed programs and you have to be able to afford to go to university to get access to the discounted birth control and condoms. You have to be able to afford the $50+ monthly co-pay (if you have insurance) to pay for birth control as an adult. Most poor people in this country have been placed in a bind by these people who go around judging other’s: if you’re poor — you can neither afford the preventative measures nor the choice of an abortion due to the inflated cost of healthcare.

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