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  • Accommodations Should Be Allowed In Schools

    The United States was founded on the principle of religious freedom and, it is important to try to firmly stand behind that belief in every case, one cannot do that with the well-being of any given student in mind. This applies to two topics in particular: the teaching of the theory of evolution and sex education. In every other aspect or field, I wholeheartedly believe that accommodations should be made for religion-related absences and all religious expression should be permitted. Every…

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  • Why Is Sex So Important To You Essay

    For many years, the biggest talk of all time has been about sex in my opinion. Whether this talk is on television, through music, in books and in almost every conversation of any typical teenager. When I step back and look at this topic, I ask myself, is sex really worth it? Why is sex so important to us? How come sex is “normal” to hear about on a daily basis? Sex comes with many risks and people do it anyway. This is what I want to get to the bottom of and understand why people do what they do…

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  • Abortion: Who's To Blame?

    same reasons that woman who have access to modern birth stuff choose to use birth control. Women want to be able to delay having children if they do not have the money to take care of a baby, if they are not in a good relationship with someone who can help them care for a baby, or if they still need to finish their school. 222 million women in the 3rd world countries are trying to stay away from pregnancy, but are not using a up to date form of birth controls, putting themselves at risk for a…

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  • Teen Sex Education Should Be Taught In Public Schools

    people ages 15 to 24 represent 25 percent of the sexually active population, but acquire half of all new STDs” (State Policies on Sex Education, 2015). A 2012 study from the Guttmacher Institute revealed that teaching teens about sexual health and birth control reduced risky sexual behaviors, reduced teen pregnancy, and prolonged 1st time teen sex (How abstinence only Sex Ed is Driving Up STD rates, 2013). These risky behaviors often include oral sex or touching – which some teens do not…

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  • Day After Pill Research Paper

    after having sexual intercourse. The sooner you take it the better it will work. For example, if a couple has sexual intercourse with each other the girl needs to take the pill, possibly right after so she knows that it will work good. The regular birth control method failed, or that you made a mistake with the regular method.…

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  • The Benefits Of Birth Control Pills

    parents about going on birth control? The latter of the two seems to be more of a realistic reasoning. Birth control pills are among the most common form of birth control; they are a form of hormonal contraception. Birth control pills and teenagers have become a hot topic within the community. Many wonder if teenagers should have birth control readily available to them without being prescribed by a doctor. Although many may argue it…

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  • The Importance Of Comprehensive Sexual Education In Schools

    sexual education classes and those classes teach students about preventing pregnancy and diseases. The government has greatly improved the way the classes have been taught and statistics have shown its potency “Between 1991 and 2004, the U.S. teen birth rate fell from 62 to 41per 1,000 female teens” (qtd.…

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  • Importance Of Birth Control Essay

    inconsistent with their birth control. Many women struggle with consistency when taking the pill, because they simply cannot afford it. In a survey by Planned Parenthood, the results were “One in three women voters (34 percent) have struggled with the cost of prescription birth control at some point in their lives. For young adult women, who are most likely to experience an unintended pregnancy, more than half (55 percent) experienced a time when they could not afford to use birth control…

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  • Essay On Sexual Education

    We need to Know When it comes to sexual health, many value religious opinion above scientific fact; choosing to be ignorant of the detrimental effects that restricting access to contraceptives and a proper sexual education poses on a society. The main excuse argued, is that Sexual education just encourages children to partake in such acts, and as such they should only be told “Not to do it”, or that the best form of protection is abstinence. However, this logic is heavily flawed. To say…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Financial Reimbursement

    Financial reimbursement comes in many different forms and modes. Insurance companies are the main way that people are able to reimburse for services. Without it, they would have to personally pay for and reimburse medical care out of pocket. Many people receive health insurance from their employers. When being employed, one should receive insurance that would cover basic medical needs, including methods of contraception. In fact, many employees have contraception included in their reimbursement…

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