I think in UK the morning after pill is available over the counter from age 16, and is available from some school nurses, and family planning clinics and doctors etc under that age too. I only have one friend whos ever taken it, when the condom broke or they got lost in the moment. I think its good its available for those who need to take it, but I would hope that my daughter would think/plan ahead before having sex! but that doesn't happen sometimes.
I don't think its telling people to go out and have random sex.but education is always needed... morning after pill obviously doesn't protect from STIs! And obviously they need to encourage contraception before the act... but then i guess thats why its called plan B!
Teens have sex. I lost my virginity at 15, with contraception, that i had discussed with my mother, She asked me to only do it when we were ready, and if i wasn't sure then to wait. I'm really thankful of my mum's open mindedness, and being able to talk about it with me. As a result i have no regrets about having sex when i did, with who i did, even though i'm not with him anymore.