Cancel culture and women’s health
Women’s health is a deeply personal issue, and it’s important that we all have access to the care we need. But in this day and age, women are constantly dealing with cancel culture and the fear of being judged for making their own choices.
That’s why I believe that women should be able to get birth control without having to see a doctor—and without having to pay for it! The pill is one of the most effective forms of contraception that exists, yet many women are still afraid to use it because they don’t feel comfortable going through their insurance or doctor with something as intimate as their reproductive health.
The pill doesn’t just prevent pregnancy; it also helps regulate periods and reduce cramping and other menstrual symptoms. It can help women feel more confident in their bodies, knowing they can make decisions about when they want to become pregnant or not without worrying about whether they can afford those medications or if their insurance will cover them.
It’s time we start treating each other with respect instead of judgment, and let women make decisions about their own bodies without fear of reprisal from others who may not agree with them.