Prevents release of eggs from the ovaries…
I had never used a condom in all my years of rock 'n roll sex with random women. I tried that shit with the first gal I met in Taiwan, and got chlamydia. Luckily, not HIV. Since then, I have always buckled up when driving new cars.
And old ones as well, hopefully. You never know when they’re going to spring a leak.
It is an abortion. It’s an early-stage abortion (fetus visible on ultrasound, may have heartbeat), but an abortion nonetheless. As the bear said, the morning-after pill is a completely different mechanism, although you might argue that it’s still technically an abortion because it prevents implantation of a fertilized egg (if one exists).
if it’s not on, it’s not on
Girls are more likely to be aborted than boys. Same throughout all East Asia.
The point is if you include taking RU-486 in abortion statistics it would be very high everywhere.
Ah, OK. Yes, you’re probably right about that.