Students at Yale University will soon be able to kill their unborn children without making a trip to the “doctor” or the pharmacy. Indeed, they will not even have to leave the school campus to get so-called “abortion pills” or “morning-after pills,” paid for by the university's “health” plan.
Under the new scheme approved by the “Yale College Council,” a vending machine in the “Good Life Center” will dispense the so-called “Plan B” abortion drug — euphemistically dubbed “emergency contraception”... Condoms and “lube” will be available in the machine, too.
The pill, known as levonorgestrel, often works by causing changes to the uterus that prevent implantation and force the unborn child out of the womb. That is why it is often referred to as an abortifacient, or a product that causes an abortion. The “medicine” also has a well-documented list of side-effects such as significant weight gain, depression, ovarian cyst enlargement, gallbladder disease, high blood pressure, respiratory disorders, increased risk of ectopic pregnancy, and even death.
And yet, school officials are delighted that indoctrinated young women will soon be able to buy the pills like candy from a vending machine. “I’m glad that the YCC is working to publicize awareness of the easy availability of Plan B at Yale Health,” said Yale's “Assistant Dean of Student Affairs” Melanie Boyd, adding that students were told about access to the abortion pill at mandatory “workshops” as well.
Morality appears to be a thing of the past at Yale. In 2013, the far-left university even hosted a “sensitivity training” that urged students to consider topics such as bestiality, incest, and prostitution as falling under the “diversity” banner. The grotesque indoctrination session was hosted by self-styled “sexologist” and sex shop owner Jill McDevitt. And that is just the tip of the iceberg.
Numerous other universities including Stanford have also installed vending machines to dispense abortion pills.
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