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In the US, emergency contraceptive pills are the most common forms of emergency contraception. It is legal to purchase Plan B (and other brands that have levonorgestrel as their active ingredient) in New York without a prescription<ref>[https://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/service/1075/emergency-contraception NYC - Emergency Contraception]</ref>, and there is typically little stigma related to the act. You can emergency contraceptive pills at many drug stores, such as CVS. However, a 2014 Columbia study found that 20% of NYC pharmacies unlawfully refused to sell ECPs to male shoppers.<ref>[https://www.mailman.columbia.edu/public-health-now/news/one-five-young-men-unable-purchase-emergency-contraception One in Five Young Men Unable to Purchase Emergency Contraception]</ref> In other words, you should be able to find ECPs  -- and, if one pharmacy refuses, simply visit another one (and there are many).
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In the US, emergency contraceptive pills are the most common forms of emergency contraception. It is legal to purchase Plan B )and other brands that have levonorgestrel as their active ingredient])in New York without a prescription, and there is typically little stigma related to the act. You can emergency contraceptive pills at many drug stores, such as CVS. However, a 2012 Columbia study found that 20% of NYC pharmacies unlawfully refused to sell ECPs] to male shoppers. In other words, you should be able to find ECPs  -- and, if one pharmacy refuses, simply visit another one (and there are many).
  
 
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