When it comes to New York City Mayoral candidates, it will be hard to get more controversial than creepy sexting fiend Anthony Weiner.
But City Council Speaker and Weiner opponent Christine Quinn raised a few eyebrows this week when she received an endorsement Planned Parenthood.
In turn, the Democrat went on record with the following: She would consider making the morning after contraception pill available to girls as young as 11 years old.
The 47-year-old Quinn, who would be New York's first openly gay mayor, takes the stance in a time where Planned Parenthood is under increased scrutiny.
Yes, Quinn understands it can make some folks uncomfortable, but we “need to recognize the reality of what’s happening in children’s lives," she said in a statement.
Learn more about her position in the above video and then vote in the following poll:
Should the morning after pill be made available to middle schoolers?