Bloomberg Doses Tens of Thousands of School Girls with Morning After Pill – Parents Left Out

In September 2012, New York City began telling the public it was handing out various methods of “emergency” birth control to girls in thirteen high schools, including the morning after pill which is said to “block” pregnancy if taken within 72 hours of the egg and sperm doing its thing. At the time, they reported 567 sexually active girls had received what they termed “Plan B.” The City Fathers lied. The actual number of schools handing out contraceptives to high school girls was 40 separate “school-based health centers” and tens of thousands of doses since 2009 – not beginning in 2012. It took a Freedom of Information Act request to learn the truth:

Mona Davids, New York City Parents Union (Of the Parents, By the Parents, For the Parents)

Mona Davids, Founder of New York City Parents Union (Of the Parents, By the Parents, For the Parents)

But the birth-control blitz was much bigger than the city had acknowledged. About 40 separate “school-based health centers” doled out 12,721 doses of Plan B in 2011-12, up from 10,720 in 2010-11 and 5,039 in 2009-10, according to the newly released data.

About 22,400 students sought reproductive care from January 2009 through last school year, records show. Under state law, minors don’t need parental OKs to get contraceptives.

The revelations stunned Mona Davids, president of the NYC Parents Union, whose 14-year-old attends a Manhattan high school.

“I’m in shock,” she said. “What gives the mayor the right to decide, without adequate notice, to give our children drugs that will impact their bodies and their psyches? He has purposely kept the public and parents in the dark with his agenda.”

Davids, who is black, noted that most school-based health centers are in poor neighborhoods.

“This was population control on blacks and Latinos without our knowledge,” she said.

Birth control pills,” intrauterine devices and hormone-delivering injections and Patch and NuvaRing” are also freely dispensed but are not included in the above members.

The Post obtained the report under a Freedom of Information Law request.

Handouts of birth-control packets rose from 6,027 in 2009-10 to 10,462 last year. Depo-Provera injections rose from 1,213 to 2,117. Staffers also insert plastic IUDs in the uterus, where they can remain for years.

Send your daughter off to school and she comes home with something plastic inserted by a school “staffer,” or hormones injected by someone other than the doctor you choose for your child. What a nightmare for parents. The nightmare will come for the girls when the health consequences of playing God are revealed in future years – they always are, you know. All of this loving care is courtesy of New York taxpayers. Read about Mona Davids, the founder of the New York City Parents Union here, here’s a snippet:

In May, 2012, Mona founded the New York City Parents Union to fight for the rights of all parents in public school system.  The New York City Parents Union announced it’s birth by filing a lawsuit against the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) to halt botched Community Education Council elections.  Parents and elected officials pleaded for weeks with the NYCDOE to redo the elections – to no avail.  Upon receiving court papers from the New York City Parents Union, the DOE immediately halted the elections and negotiated with Mona to restart the elections and properly notify parents there was an election occurring and how they may vote for their parent leaders.

New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg

New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg

In New York City, you can force a lot of things, but you can’t force Mayor Michael Bloomberg to tell the truth or to protect your rights to your child’s care.

  • I wonder when one of those devices they implant into these girls causes a problem and the parents have to send the girl to the hospital to save their lives. Can anyone say lawsuit?

    • findalis – any day it will happen. And you know how medical cautions are issued everyday by ambulance chasers. There will be lawsuits, I predict, and the problem is, the city will find the money and has the power.

  • Ken

    I’m not a lawyer, but isn’t prescribing such an extreme medication to a minor without a parent’s consent illegal. If I found a teacher/administrator of my child’s school gave them anything of the sort my first stop would be the lawyers office. If there is no remedy there then it would be to the sporting goods store to by an arsenal of “assault solutions”. Nobody should be allowed to do that, to someone’s children.

    • Ken, that has been my thought since these programs started, and with the ObamaCare assault. How do they have the right? They have the right because they are they. School nurses are carting children off for actual abortions, without the parents knowing. It’s unbelievable. Mona Davids has sued the city before, and she seems very upset about this. I hope she takes action.

  • Not all high school girls know how to use the pill. They need guidance.