Comments on “1 in 5 single adults more hesitant to have sex since Supreme Court flipped abortion ruling”

  1. johnf says:
    11/20/2022 at 7:01 AM

    My sex talk with my kids was simple, there is no such thing as 100% birth control. So if you have sex, it better need with somone you want to have a baby with. I then told them that both of them were unplanned. The talk must have worked as neither had kids out of wedlock. And neither them or I are Christians. Their also liberals.

    So don’t tell me abortion is necessary. It was a choice to have sex and getting pregnant is sometimes the result. Deal with it like an adult instead of a spoiled child that won’t accept responsibility for their actions.

    I have no issues with abortion prior to 15 weeks. Only 5% of all abortions occur after that time, and allowances can be made for medical reasons. Many conservatives agree, and my liberal wife also agrees. Find common ground and move on.

    1. DPJ says:
      11/20/2022 at 9:07 AM

      I will also add that the notion of an abortion being needed to say the life of the mother is non-existent. You would be hard pressed to find a legitimate doctor who has actually had to do this.

      1. Grofo Gomogo says:
        11/20/2022 at 3:33 PM

        Uncommon, even rare, but that does NOT equal non-existent. Less than 1%. But, if your relative or loved one’s life was threatened by a pregnancy, I guess you might admit that it does actually occur. Who knows, perhaps things that are rare simply don’t exist? Like having two different eye colors… it’s RARE, so it’s not real, right? Interesting logic. Winning the lottery is rare, so nope, never happens. I’ve never met a lottery winner, so it can’t be real. 15% of the world’s population is over six feet tall. Can’t be real.

      2. Duh says:
        11/21/2022 at 7:07 AM

        Using less than 1% to justify something imposed on the other 99% is no way to make decisions

    2. Janet Halley says:
      11/20/2022 at 12:25 PM

      A condom and a good spermacide is 100%

  2. DPJ says:
    11/20/2022 at 9:05 AM

    Wow. How pathetic. There is such a thing as birth control for both sexes. What this tells me is that abortion is thought of as a form of birth control. I don’t care if you are pro-choice or not…using abortion as BC is beyond acceptable. I’m glad that 1 in 5 aren’t having sex…means less woke snowflakes reproducing.

  3. Poosala says:
    11/20/2022 at 9:33 AM

    Maybe this will slow or stop the breakdown of the family unit. A child needs a mother and a father. Our society will benefit from it for having better people. It all starts in the home. No one wants to say that. We need responsible parents to raise responsible children. Our nation can’t keep going as it is.

  4. Scott says:
    11/20/2022 at 10:41 AM

    Yet another feckless article attempting to scare us. Due to high interest rates, are these same folks also scared to use their credit cards? Due to high heating costs, are they afraid to use the furnace? This points out the fact that some are rabbits and are just not very responsible. I applaud them for finally becoming adults and thinking before humping.

  5. SuzanneL says:
    11/20/2022 at 1:56 PM

    As it should be. People shouldn’t be getting pregnant just to abort their own children. That’s evil.

    Also, this “study” (purposely) doesn’t ask the right question regarding the covid-vaxxed. There are a LOT of non-vaxxed young people who refuse to even date someone who’s taken the gene therapy shot, as it’s pointless. They’re never going to marry them, as they never want to have freak deformed kids. But also, look at the fertility problems among the vaxxed now. Australia just announced a 63% decline in births in just one year,
    hecause men and women have both largely been sterilized by the shot. You think Bill Gates didn’t plan this? And the new combined 75% miscarriage / fetal demise rate in the U.S. of you do get pregnant and take the shot. Nooo, only the non-vaxxed paired with the non-vaxxed can save the world now.

  6. Zorro says:
    11/20/2022 at 3:43 PM

    You know….they have these things known as condoms.

  7. TTanin says:
    11/20/2022 at 5:03 PM

    Seems the overturning of Roe had some positive effects Not only are people preventing pregnancy with comdoms, they’re also reducing their chances of getting some yucky STD.

  8. Dullard says:
    11/20/2022 at 5:47 PM

    Wow, people are actually considering the consequences of their actions? Crazy talk.

    1. loretta says:
      11/21/2022 at 4:51 AM

      Actually, this is just women rejecting republican males.
      Common sense.

  9. Sean Bearly says:
    11/20/2022 at 7:33 PM

    Interesting to know that so many people are willing to give up having sex altogether rather than use a condom to prevent pregnancy. Sort of like being willing to starve to death because mom says no more ice cream.

    1. loretta says:
      11/21/2022 at 4:51 AM

      Condoms are not 100 percent reliable, you know.

      And republican males are proving themselves to be not reliable, substandard partner material.

      1. Dash Rendar says:
        11/21/2022 at 7:03 AM

        Gonna need some facts to back that one up, since most studies show Republicans having much more productive and healthier relationships than liberals. “Various studies suggest measurable differences in the psychological traits of liberals and conservatives. Conservatives are more likely to report larger social networks, greater happiness and self-esteem than liberals, are more reactive to perceived threats and more likely to interpret ambiguous facial expressions as threatening. Liberals are more likely to report greater emotional distress, relationship dissatisfaction and experiential hardship than conservatives, and show more openness to experience as well as greater tolerance for uncertainty and disorder.” (I know it’s Wikipedia, but it’s the fastest collection of sources I could find)

      2. Charles says:
        11/21/2022 at 9:03 AM

        Interesting, you sound like an old Scout Sgt I worked with in Afghanistan. Complaining that the anti-malaria drug didn’t help against all forms of malaria. (It did for our region BTW) My response was that your body armor doesn’t stop all bullets but you wouldn’t dare head outside the wire without it. Condoms when used properly are over 95% effective. I’d say those are pretty good odds. Nothing is 100% effective except abstinence and I’m not even going to recommend that because I’d be a huge hypocrite. I’m almost 50 years old. I’ve used condoms with every new relationship. Never got anyone pregnant and never caught anything. I’m not against abortion by any means. However, looking at the risks and discomfort one takes when getting one…. speaking as medical professional, I’d think avoiding the pregnancy in the 1st place would be safer. As they say though, to each their own and your mileage may very.

    2. Bryan Monty says:
      11/22/2022 at 12:14 PM

      Exactly mine blowing with all the birth control options available for both male and female women would still prefer an abortion.
      And for the record, I’m a Democrat, however I cannot vote Democratic due to the fact that this party supports abortion and on top of wanting abortions they want everybody working to pay for it.


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