You are assuming that female contraception is as simple as an OTC medication.<quoted text>
Another thing the future will bring: simple emergency anti-pregnancy pills available as an off-the-shelf item.
And again, nobody will care or make comments that women of all ages have access to the tools that let them be in control of their own uterus.
Not that far off.
I will admit that I know just enough to be dangerous that contraception is not just a simple thing like that. One pill may work for most women, but for some, they need a different pill.
Consulting with a doctor and a prescription for the best course for any individual seems to be a better plan. This assumes that there are no barriers for seeking guidance or receiving the proper course.
Erecting those barriers looks to be a platform of a political party. The same one that cries "smaller government, more individual freedom because Jesus."