Women 's Rights Of Women Essay examples

1478 Words Mar 21st, 2016 6 Pages
Women’s reproductive rights are a human right that cannot be taken away. Due to religion and/or lack of education, women do not have the freedom and privacy to choose what is best for their bodies. This social injustice is highly neglected upon because people feel uncomfortable talking about a topic that millions of women struggle with on the daily basis. Although women’s rights have improved drastically, women around the world still face oppression on a daily basis and women’s reproductive rights are rarely enforced.
Women’s rights has been an issue in the United States since the early 1800’s and until all people are comfortable discussing the fact that in many parts of the world, women have no say in what they can do with their bodies or how it’s treated. A woman should be the only one who can decide what is best for her body.There is only so much that women can do when the one place that helps women with checkups and abortion based questions, Planned Parenthood, is being defunded or closed down. “The House of Representatives is expected to pass a budget reconciliation bill that guts the Affordable Care Act, pulls roughly $450 million in federal assistance from Planned Parenthood and prevents Medicaid recipients from getting reimbursed for their visits at Planned Parenthood clinics” (Bassett 1). Since December 3rd 2015, Planned Parenthood has taken huge cuts in funding which robs women of their access to safe and legal checkups with their doctors to make sure they being…

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