Birth control diaphragms are also available at pharmacies and a prescription is not needed.The same applies for emergency contraception (the next day pill).But there's something to learn from each depiction.
Protests have included a public boycott of the offenders business, organizing a "nurse-in" or a breastfeeding flash mob, in which groups of nursing mothers gather at the location where the complaint originated and nursed their babies at the same time.
In response, some companies have apologised and agreed to train their employees.
Julia Markham presents her Bermuda travel tips about health, romance, women’s rights and safety: Every grocery store and pharmacy in Bermuda stocks a decent range of feminine hygienic products–mostly American brands but also some from Europe.
Tampons are sold both with and without applicators, as are all types of pads.
Birth control pills for men are not yet available in Bulgaria, however the ones for women can be bought at any pharmacy without prescription.
The most commonly bought brand is “Yasmine.” You can just walk into a pharmacy and get them – they cost around 8-10 euros.These include, but are not limited to the morning after pill, birth control injection, and female condoms.Bermuda has some great gynecologists if the need arises for one during your travels.Condoms are also widely sold in gas stations and grocery stores.Other forms of birth control can be obtained from the woman’s health clinic or any private doctor.Breastfeeding in public is the practice of breastfeeding babies in a public or semi-public place in open view of the general public.