In my experience, a man not paying for emergency contraception is almost always a red flag.
I Asked My Mom About Using Emergency Contraception in the 70s, and Was Shocked by How Different Our Experiences Were
At the time my mother needed Plan B, many of her friends had taken it and freely spoken about it; it was apparently easily accessible at their university’s clinic; and it was completely free of cost.
For almost two years, I would buy a pregnancy test every month. It was a ritual that I had to perform, or else I would lay in bed debilitated and agonizing.