Should US women without children more easily be able to sterilize themselves as US men are able to?

razelove
Do you believe a woman should be able to be voluntarily sterilized in her teens/early twenties? Currently it is very difficult for a woman to get such a procedure unless she already has children as "she'll likely regret it" True or not on that statement, I'm curious why no noise gets made about that, with very much noise being made right now about her body her choice in regards to abortion. It's an especially intriguing question when you consider pretty much anywhere in the US a guy can sign up for a vasectomy at about any age past 18 with no questions asked, get it done outpatient, and that's that.
Besides menopause or a hysterectomy the only 100% method.
Besides menopause or a hysterectomy the only 100% method.
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GirlGuy
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2 mo
I find it interesting at this point that 4 women, and 31 men responded. It's only odd to me because in married couples 13.1% of men and 21.1% of women are sterilized through vasectomy or tubal. Most tubals are done within 48 hours of child birth, according to pubmed. Anyway, I suppose women don't care that much about "her body her choice" is the only conclusion I can draw unless the site is overwhelmingly (8:1) filled by men. Especially since most were in favor.
Should US women without children more easily be able to sterilize themselves as US men are able to?
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