Sandra Fluke speaks with Cornell Daily Sun's Kerry Close in an interview published earlier this month.
Fluke says, "I don't think that I am in particular entitled to contraception or that that we're entitled to contraception. I think the case is much more about what kind of a society do we want to live in."
She explains that controlling reproduction allows women -- and men -- to pursue education opportunites, careers, and the future: "And we have to do better, and it's on young people and on this generation to be the group that does better."
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