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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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  • Personal Narrative-Bring Condoms

    After all, I had not been taking my birth control religiously the past few days. When Christian text me that he was at our place I was happy to see him but I had no idea what we were going to do because I was so drunk. So I came up with the idea to watch Netflix in my room and lay in my bed…

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  • Review Of My Mind Is A Web Browser: How People With Autism Think

    Temple Grandin once said “Autism is a part of who I am.” Not that autism defines her or controls her, but it is a part of her. Ms. Grandin was diagnosed with autism at the age of 4. Her mother realized something was wrong when she didn’t want to talk or show affection towards her instead she would rather push her mommy away. Throughout her article of “My Mind is a Web Browser: How People with Autism Think”, she tries to explain how she sees and thinks which is rather different from the…

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  • Life Liberty And The Pursuit Of Happiness

    a favorable view on birth control, sex, and the avocation of condoms and an early diaphragm iteration; the womb veil. As biological information grew in reference to the life of the fetus, attitudes about abortions soon changed. Religious groups and governments soon needed a population boom to fil their factories and farming areas. Right when women were beginning their understanding of conception techniques, and how to avoid it, they were subjected to laws that attacked birth…

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  • Overpopulation

    Pollution and emission rates are at an all time high and disease outbreaks are nearly unstoppable. Some countries such as China are so overpopulated that there are birth laws in place to encourage a lower population count. With too much demand and not enough supply, there are more than 700 million undernourished people in the world ("Worldometers - Real Time World Statistics." Para 5). With all these problems going…

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  • Sexual Education In Schools Research Paper

    Shy is a fourteen-year-old girl, and she believes she is absolutely and really in love with her sixteen year old boyfriend. Her boyfriend, unfortunately, only wants one thing from her: sex. He has threatened her to break up with her if she does not have sex with him, and she really is truly considering doing it. She is very young and just started developing, but she’s already feeling the pressure of what she feels she needs to do to keep her relationship together. Only, she does not have to. She…

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  • The Importance Of Siblings

    Have you ever argued with your sibling? Pamela Dugdale once said that “Siblings are the people we practice on, the people who teach us about fairness and cooperation and kindness and caring, quite often the hard way”. Siblings play a very important role in one another’s lives. Sibling relationships are likely to be one of the longest relationships in our lives. It is one of the most important relationships a person can have, and like any other kind of relationship, it is full of agreements and…

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  • The Importance Of Abstinence-Only Or Comprehensive Sex Education

    Although the teen pregnancy rate in the U.S. has fallen within the last two decades, in “2004 it was more than twice that of Canada and Australia, more than 50% higher than Great Britain’s and seven times higher than Japan” (“Does learning about birth control in school help prevent teen pregnancy?”). Experts need to come to an agreement on how teens will be educated on preventing teen pregnancy. If they are taught by the abstinence-only or comprehensive sex education program, the information…

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  • Why Do Books Should Be Banned

    Books are challenged and banned for many reasons. One book that has been challenged many times is This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki. Although it does have some mature themes, it should not be banned due to the fact that many adolescents go through, or have gone through, similar things in their lives and it can help them see that other people understand what they are going through. Also it talks about the taboo topics we don’t talk about in society, or which could be important…

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