According to a recent article by the AP:
The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday had lowered the age at which people can buy the Plan B One-Step morning-after pill without a prescription to 15 – younger than the current limit of 17. The FDA decided that the pill could be sold on drugstore shelves near condoms, instead of locked behind pharmacy counters.
Sex today has become an immediate commodity, something that you can conveniently “separate” from its procreative functions in order to trade non-committed pleasure with someone at your leisure. Any commitment that a person does have is completely incidental and emotional now, it has no objective reason for being pursued. A committed partner is just as good as say a friend with benefits; it’s just a matter of what works best for you. So it is no surprise then that we find sex increasing with the youth because it’s easy, takes no responsibility, and it is relatively painless. The FDA sees that there’s more demand for this with younger ages, so they’re naturally going to cater to that. Pills are for treating sicknesses, which fertility apparently is since it gets in the way of sexual pleasure. There’s a sickness alright, but it’s a sickness that’s in the depraved heart of men.