Vasectomies On The Rise

I wonder if it’s illegal to cross state lines to get a vasectomy?

Emotion fueled a debate on the Senate floor on Thursday as Republicans objected to taking up a Democratic bill that would guarantee a woman’s constitutional right to travel across state lines to receive abortion care.

The Democratic bill, called the Freedom to Travel for Health Care Act of 2022 was introduced earlier this week by Sens. Patty Murray of Washington, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island and Kirsten Gillibrand of New York. The bill would additionally protect providers in states that support abortion rights from lawsuits for helping women from other states.

We do not need more births, especially in the face of climate change. Planned Parenthood is doing what it’s supposed to do- helping people decide when and if they will have a family. If they do not want a family, that’s fine, because the surgery to prevent pregnancies, even for men, is there. It is well needed too, especially if people don’t want children or are finished having children. There are also plenty of non-surgical, reversible birth control too, besides the pill. All of this is needed so people can decided when and if they will have children. Surgery is needed for men just as it is for women. Preventing pregnancy isn’t just for the woman to do. It’s all a man responsibility too.

Men need to take responsibility too.

It is not far at all.

It is unusual – in America at least. Most ten year olds can’t get pregnant. I think this particular girl is Hispanic and they do tend to have their first period somewhat earlier.

Why don’t you find some stats for that bullcrap?

The Cuban government can’t be trusted .

Because of its low infant mortality rate (IMR), Cuba is often portrayed as a poor country that has reached social development levels of rich nations. In this article, however, I show that Cuba’s reported IMR seems very misleading. By exploring a sharp discrepancy between late fetal and early neonatal deaths, I develop a method for adjusting Cuba’s reported IMR. The results indicate that the adjusted IMR might be twice the reported one. Furthermore, Cuba’s adjusted IMR, although lower than those of Latin American and middle-income countries, is not at par with those of developed countries, as previously believed.

Watch your language.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines maternal mortality as “the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, irrespective of the duration and the site of the pregnancy, from any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management, but not from accidental or incidental causes.” Between 1990 and 2015, the United States was the only industrialized nation with a rising maternal mortality rate and had the highest rate of all developed countries in 2018. Additionally, substantial disparities in maternal mortality persist by race and ethnicity.

If you notice, it says “the highest rate of all developed countries”.

During COVID it only got higher, but it got higher for all countries. Yet, the U.S. still had the highest maternal death rate of developed countries. The U.S. is the worst concerning maternal mortality rates (as compared to other developed countries). The U.S. sucks concerning women and pregnancy.

Would you like to read more, before you end up getting banned for you language?

OMG! Do you know how sexist and stereotypical believing you sound?

And when it comes to other developed nations, we are the worst on so many different things, not just maternal death.

You are right on all accounts. He doesn’t know and doesn’t care. He only wants to believe what he wants to believe and ignores the fact that the U.S. is high in maternal deaths. Oh wait, what others consider high he doesn’t see as high, because a low number to him means nothing and near 0 or 0 is not achievable, apparently.

They won’t allow her, or that is her mother and her doctor, to terminate the pregnancy to save her life. She could very well die if she has the baby. This means, using their language, they kill two people and leave the mother/grandmother devastated and in mourning. As my mother spouts, “There is no choice.” God’s will, blah, blah, blah. It is God’s will that she became pregnant and it will be God’s will if she lives or dies.

Again, do you hear yourself? Due to the hormones given to cattle and other livestock, children are developing early, now days, which means this could happen more often, especially if incest and pedophilia isn’t curbed.

And how big of a liar are you oneguy?
Are you ready to accept some of the fact checking regarding your neoGOP?

You come from such a dark place, and always seem to shoot from the hip.
A mini provocateur going for emotion and impact, but not so good on substance.

Lots of things changing are in our world, while you cling to blinding daydreams.

J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2012 Oct; 25(5): 289–294.

Published online 2012 Jul 27. doi: 10.1016/j.jpag.2012.05.009

Puberty in girls of the 21st century

Frank M. Biro, MD,a,b Louise C. Greenspan, MD,c and Maida P. Galvez, MDd

MONDAY, Feb. 10, 2020 (HealthDay News) – Girls are entering puberty about a year earlier than they did back in the 1970s, according to global data on breastdevelopment.

The age of breast development – which represents the first clinical sign of female puberty – has declined an average three months per decade between 1977 and 2013, according to analysis of data combined from 30 different studies.

What is so sexist about it?

Why did you ignore my link? Here is another which states the facts clearly: Menarche: Key Facts About Your Daughter’s First Period (

On average, the menarche age for girls in the U.S. is around 12 or 13 years. The standard age range for menarche is between 11 and 15. However, young women can also experience early menarche (i.e., before 11 years) or delayed menarche (i.e., after 16 years).

The simple fact is most ten year olds cannot get pregnant.

Oh so that means a few, to possibly many, certainly can.

Besides, in the end the bottomline that’s repeated way the heck too rarely - when it should be trumpeted every time the topic is raised!


Wow. So, according to one guy, let’s legislate based on some perceived group of people who are using abortion as a way as birth control.

There are a thousand pregnancies a year similar to the 10 year old. There are thousands more where responsible people have a non-viable fetus. There are so many variations on why a person gets an abortion that it would be nearly impossible to legislate each of those decisions. They are difficult decisions, that should be made by the people involved and their physician. Laws are already in place for unnecessary killing of human beings that could be saved, along with the mother.

There are news stories coming out now where doctors are hesitant on helping women who have had miscarriages.

“Few” and “many” are two different things. Virtually no one is saying the few 10 year olds who can become pregnant cannot receive treatment. Medicine works by averages. A similar thing is the fact that some young adults die of stomach cancer for example, but most don’t, and that is why doctors don’t screen young patients.

The point of this side story is that media bashing of politicians who say I didn’t know 10 year olds can get pregnant fails because it’s just not a common occurrence. Nobody in the world knows many pregnant 10 year olds.

This statement. Not all women know this instinctively. This is why we have or should have sex education.

And? It just tells you what a period is, especially the first one, as well as what to do once it starts. Big deal. It’s nothing new.

10% can and that’s due to what we put in food now days.

If I may

If she has been fourteen and not ten, would had it changed much the situation ?

Yes and no:

Yes as her life is less in danger ?

No, as she has been victim of rape and it is her right not to want the child.


The point is, it is exactly the job of lawmakers to know the consequence of the laws they make.

No it would not, except her life would be in less danger, but not less than a fully developed woman.

The 10 year old girl was a victim of rape and a 14 year old girl could very well be too. Incest rape can happen at 14 and at 14 they are not at the age of consent in most states. It’s called statutory rape if done by a member outside the family who is over 17 or 18 depending on the state. Even in the family, it could be both statutory rape and incest. Both are illegal in many states. Now if the father of the child is 15 or 16, it’s up to the parents of the 14 year old girl to whether or not to press charges. Many parents do not, but it’s been done.

So yes, it still matters and if the 14 year old needs or wants to terminate, she should have that right. She could still die and she still has a greater chance of dying than a fully developed woman, despite medical technology.

Bottom line is, abortion is a necessary part of healthcare for women and girls at any age and no one, especially men, should be dying any woman or girl their rightful healthcare, even if they wouldn’t make that decision. Even the 10 year old girl has the right to life and mental health care. She should not be forced to die with the fetus inside her just because of the Pro-death people wanting to save a fetus they probably cannot save. The living little girl is more important than raping her again by forcing her to carry that fetus to term or premature birth and facing death along with that parasite growing in her body and yes, because she wasn’t given a choice, it’s a parasite to her. She’s entitled to life with the right to an abortion. It’s nobody business if she and her mother chose her life over that parasite’s, which BTW, might not make it anyway because the girl is only 10 years old. It does not matter if her case is rare- she was still raped and she will suffer for the rest of her life, mentally, even with mental help (it won’t be as bad) because of that rape. No one should rape her again with forced childbirth and a good possibility of death.

It still doesn’t mean she should not have the right to an abortion so she can live and get mental health care from all of this trauma. No 10 year old consents to rape and forced to carrying a parasite that grows inside her. The same goes for some 14 year olds too. Grown women do not consent to rape either. That’s why it’s called raped and that fetus the religious reich say the love to protect, is nothing more than a parasite when it comes to trauma like this. And it is trauma, both mentally and physically. Hell, it could be spiritually too, depending on what religious sect one might come from. Unless one has suffered the trauma of rape and/or incest with or without a pregnancy as a result, they have no clue and no right to make decisions for the victim. If anything, they need to be protecting the victim from any more trauma and helping them get the help they need in which to become a survivor.

I already said this:

Actually, some Pro-deathers, who don’t understand that if the child is forced to have a fetus, she’ll die along with the fetus, killing two people, have. They believe they are saving the unborn, but in this case, they’d kill, what they call, two people.