Arguments Against Birth Control

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Brooke is a single mother, but she wasn’t a mother by choice. Brooke works at the local Chick-fila making barely minimum wage. Due to her salary, she couldn 't afford birth control, and ended up pregnant when the condom broke. If birth control were cheaper and more accessible Brooke most likely wouldn’t have found herself in this situation. Brooke isn’t alone in this situation, Out of thousand girls twenty-four point four of them had unexpected teen pregnancies in 2014. Although some may believe birth control that is easy to accesses will promote promiscuity, Birth control should be available in drugstores without a prescription because for some people it is difficult to access and not only does it prevent pregnancy but can also help regulate …show more content…
During an interview, Fox News’ Martha Maccallum brought up some points of people who are anti-Birth control: “‘Something critics argue could encourage sexual activity.’ Later in the segment, she responded to a comment about teen sex by asking, ‘Isn 't [this decision] encouraging it?’"(GROCH-BEGLEY). In the opinion of Fox News ' Martha MacCallum, some people feel that providing the pill openly to all women will cause an outbreak in underage sex. People believe that by making it accessible is just an invitation of promiscuity. During an interview Bill O’Reilly of fox news was skeptical of the idea of funding free birth control remarking; “‘Let me get this straight, Ms. Fluke, and I 'm asking this with all due respect,’ Bill O 'Reilly said on his Fox News show recently. ‘You want me to give you my hard-earned money so you can have sex?’"(the fiscal) Bill O’Reilly of fox news is open to voice his opinion that it isn’t fair for him to pay for the sex life of women that he doesn 't even know. Meaning the main reason women will use the pill is for

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