NEW APP ALLOWS TEENS TO ORDER BIRTH CONTROL WITHOUT PRESCRIPTION OR PARENTAL PERMISSION
Released: Wednesday, November 29, 2017
NURX is a new app on the market targeting sexually active teens who are seeking birth control without parental consent. The app allows the teens to order birth control without a prescription from a doctor or parental permission. Coined the "Uber" of birth control, the teen can have birth control medication mailed directly to them. VAIB is opposed to apps such as this that promote the promiscuity of children, especially without parental consent. Read more here:
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