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  • Planned Parenthood Pros And Cons

    abortion; but, this is wrong. Activist that support Planned Parenthood believe that it is the government’s responsibility to provide government aid to help assist the underinsured and uninsured deal with the conflicts of pregnancy prevention or consequences of an unplanned pregnancy, as well as assisting with reproductive education, health screenings, and birth control. Those who are against the government providing funds to help the program Planned Parenthood, tend to be pro-life activist, who…

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  • Ethical Ethics Of Abortion

    of life against the principle of autonomy and woman’s right to regulate her body. It is disputable that the right to have an abortion is a right to dominate one’s body, but the death of the fetus is an inevitable result of the termination of that pregnancy (Religious studies online, n.d.). One million two hundred thousand abortions are done yearly in the United States from weeks 9 to 21+ of gestation (Pro Life Action League). Nevertheless, nurses no matter how caring…

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  • Is Abortion Morally Permissible Essay

    Abortion is the act of purposely killing a human fetus. This action is legal in the United States of America due to the differing opinions regarding it. In this essay, I will discuss whether, or not abortion is morally permissible. If Abortion is in fact morally permissible, is it permissible in all or just some situations? I will argue that abortion is only morally correct in cases of a fetus having a severe genetic disorder and when the mother’s life is in danger. I will defend my argument by…

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  • The Mother By Gwendolyn Brooks Analysis

    The responsibility of the female poet is two pronged: to “give name to the nameless” and “answer the received cultural imagination of the subject with something utterly different.” Sylvia Plath and Gwendolyn Brooks do it exceptionally well. Their poetry tackles subject matter vital to the task of complicating cultural imagined archetypes for women. Almost immediately, first line Gwendolyn Brooks’ poem “The Mother” fulfills its responsibility of meeting culturally imagined standards with…

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  • The Cons Of Abortion

    Abortion should not be allowed. Abortion is wrong in so many ways, but yet it is still being done in today’s world. Why should you kill an unborn child, when that unborn child could be born into the world? If the child is born, the child will have many options. The child will actually get to live, maybe placed in foster care, or even could be put up for adoption. There are many cons/counter arguments to abortion. There are about eight cons to abortion that I have came up with. The eight cons,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Pro Life And Pro Choice

    Living in a world filled with people of different cultures, religions, and personalities, it is impossible to think that with every situation that presents itself in American that mutual agreement upon it will be made. In the news, we constantly hear debates about gay-marriage, police brutality, racism, and many other incidents in America that bring out the inner activists of our people. Most debates over these controversies are no surprise to the public because they have been going on for years…

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  • Teen Bagnacy: The Pros And Downfalls Of Teen Pregnancy

    What is teen pregnancy? Teen pregnancy is when a female under the age of twenty becomes pregnant. Becoming pregnant at this age can be due to choices made on one’s own or by force. I believe that teen pregnancy can have its ups and downfalls. It can either benefit teenagers that are experiencing pregnancy or it could cause harm; whether it is physical, mental, or emotional. The lives of the teens could be dramatically affected; not only their lives but the lives of the people involved, such as…

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  • Teen Pregnancy In Salvage The Bones By Jesmyn Ward

    they are born, they grow up, find a partner, get married and have children. In some situations, this ‘normal’ cycle may be altered or changed. Teen pregnancies occur regularly worldwide and the number is frantically growing. Esch, in the novel Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward, is fifteen years old; it is extremely difficult for her to keep her pregnancy a secret for long. Esch and her brother’s dog, China, both coincidentally become mothers in the novel. Knowing she is pregnant helps Esch…

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  • Abortion Social Issue Essay

    get pregnant and it is unwanted then they want have to worry about the things that they have to get together before the baby is born the pregnancy can be terminated. On the other hand abortions can be a help to rape victims, women of incest and/or with health problems because if a women is of incest or is raped then they shouldn’t have to go through a full pregnancy term. Abortions should be outlawed because then women will think before they run free. If abortions are outlawed then the baby…

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  • The Jilting Of Granny Weatherall Character Analysis

    In the short stories, “The Jilting of Granny Weatherall” and “The Hills like White Elephants,” both have woman protagonist who face difficult hardships that women usually faced during the 30’s and 40’s. Granny Weatherall is an old dying woman who is lying in a hospital bed drifting in and out of what seems to be near death. While drifting in and out, Granny Weatherall starts to reminisce on her life and everything that she has left undone. While realizing everything she left undone, Granny…

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