In response to Kris Lackey (Your Views, Aug. 24): Why can't people see that the morning-after pill is a drug that minors shouldn't have immediate access to? Last I knew, normal birth control pills still need a prescription. Also, using the argument that boys have access to condoms as contraceptives seems to ignore the point that so do girls. Contraception is contraception, regardless of who uses it. Girls can get condoms and make the boy use them. If he doesn't want to, maybe she should say no.
Eric Miller, Oklahoma City