The morning after pill.
We have had it 'over the counter' here in Canada since April of last year. It's actually behind the counter and you have to ask the pharmacist for it.
People have a problem with consulting with a pharmacist and filling out the form. I don't see a problem. I had to consult with the pharmacist before she gave me my cholesterol medication, why not a pill to end a pregnancy? After all if you aren't wise enough to deal with your birth control before you have sex, maybe you need some advice from a heath care professional.
Women's advocates are jumping all over this, of course. But I doubt we are going to piss off many actual mature women. This is more for the teenager, who doesn't want to tell her parents that she is having sex. You have to take it within 24 hours, so it doesn't require you to consult a physician (good luck getting a doctors appointment that quick) all they ask is that you fill out the form (so your pharmacist can tell if you might be taking it too often and perhaps would benefit from a regular birth control method) and talk to the pharmacist.
No matter why you are taking it, it is medication, and you need to speak to someone who knows how it works and how it may effect you in the long term.
Suck it up, princess, and fill out the fuckin' form.