The Importance Of Planned Parenthood

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When people hear of the organization Planned Parenthood, many images can pop into their heads. To some, Planned Parenthood is a wonderful place where they educate the population and provide medical services to women who cannot afford the regular services. To others Planned Parenthood is a horrible organization that sells the fetal tissue of the babies aborted. No matter what people’s views on Planned Parenthood, I believe that the government should finance Planned Parenthood because; Planned Parenthood educates all types of people on various topics, Planned Parenthood also offers services to women who cannot afford them, and the multiple accusations against Planned Parenthood are incorrect.
Planned Parenthood should be funded by the government because they educate the population on; forms of birth control, STD’s, sexuality, body image, men and
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In this excerpt from an email sent out earlier this year Planned Parenthood states, “In the 29th State Senate district our endorsed candidate, Jeremy McPike, defeated Hal Parrish in a stunning 6-point victory. This means we’ve gained another women’s health advocate in the Virginia Senate, flipping the district in our favor.” (Stewart-Reid). Planned Parenthood also uses a little humor to get their point across, in this email sent out around Halloween, “Let’s face it: vampires can rack up a lot of sexual partners over the years. Your vampire might be the same age as you, or she or he might be thousands of years old. But no matter how old you are, if you’re going to jump into bed with a vampire, you’re going to need more than a clove of garlic to protect your health.” (Planned Parenthood). Not only is Planned Parenthood discussing safe sex, they are adding humor to it by jokingly in the spirit of Halloween personifying the significant other as a

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