There’s a new controversy brewing.over an app that gives online access to birth control, even to pre-teen girls. Monique Green said she was shocked to learn her teenage girls could receive birth control without a parent’s consent. “She had the right to tell them and not tell me and so that really made me say ‘wow,’” said Green. It’s called Nurx. It doesn’t cost anything to use. You just answer some medical question

inside the app and provide payment by credit card. Nurx employee Maryam Fikri says they are only trying to help young women. “Despite the current political landscape, we are providing another option to make it easier and more affordable and more convenient to access contraception,” said Fikri. Even someone as young as 12 can be considered for contraceptives. Monique Green wanted to check it out herself. READ MORE