Here, again, her human and flawed side is shown by Euripides. Unlike that of Euripies, Seneca’s Medea is sent exile without her children and he presents her murder of children as the pure brutality to satisfy and strenghten her vengeance. Medea has that idea of killing her children when Jason refuses to allow her to take children with her and thus she realizes how much Jason loves them. So she thinks that his great love for his children can bring him great pain with their
In the beginning parts when the narrator of the story is dealing with the conflict we are introduced to some peculiar birds that the protagonist despises for good reasons. They are a product of some amateur genetic mutation or some idiot not doubt. These birds fly around calling out several undesirable curse words and screeching them horribly toward people. This seems as an absolutely nightmare for anyone with a proper sense of decency. I might be off the path here, but these birds could be a symbol of how all animals and pets feel towards humans for altering their genetics and mutating them.
Many teens who get pregnant by accident choose abortion. Choosing abortion has many side effects and causes towards the baby and mother. Not many people know exactly what happens to a baby as it is being killed by its own mother, but it is very important for many to know about. Plethora abdominal pain, stress, killing newborns; abortion is murder. Abortion is murder, it’s the worst thing anyone can do, though there are many reasons why women choose abortion.
Behind the other door awaits a hungry tiger to execute a gruesome death. However, the princess struggles between which door she should send her lover to open. Alternatively, Stockton describes the princess to be as barbaric and imperious as her father. Her insanely jealous heart cannot tolerate even imagining her lover marrying the other woman. Even though the princess professes to love the accused, her self-centered mentality unable her to consider anyone but herself when making a decision.
Lucy Westenra presents a rejection to motherhood when she eats the body of a child and throws it away. ‘the new woman represented a threat not only to the social order, but also to the natural order.’-101 ‘the child that she had clutched strenuously to her breast’ p.188 ‘scientific research defined a woman entirely in terms of body, one which characterised women’s bodies as devoid of passion. Science greatly feared sexual excess, which it felt could lead to men’s debilitation, which in turn could weaken the entire race. Since men’s passion was considered strong and more naturally inclined to excess, the controls were, instead, placed on women. The idolisation of motherhood was partly aimed to control female sexuality and curtail the threat
However at what point does the moral boundary and sense of inhumane begin to be less important than the impact of the processes, this is demonstrated in The Testament of Jessie Lamb where in order to give birth to new life one must be subjected to a parasitic experience, the pregnancy triggers a chemical reaction which rots the brain, slowly killing the mother. During a conversation between Baz and Jessie, Baz exclaims "Then they are going to put them inside women who'll get diseased and die, and grow out of them there like-like parasites." To undergo a parasitic experience such as that is clearly immoral however in the novel such morals are disregarded as society tries to mask the process as a heroic action in attempt to keep the general populations support. If a society is willing to undergo such an experience to preserve the survival of their descendants then that truly displays the extreme in which one would in correlation to real life given just how similar the situation would
Abortion providers and those around them are terrified. The number of doctors that provide abortion has dropped drastically in recent years. Anti-abortion protestors are terrifying, stalking, harassing and intimidating abortion doctors and the those around them. I feel this is domestic terrorism in which you don’t have to make abortion illegal to make it impossible as said in this documentary.
We may have lost out on drugs that could be very advantageous to humans due to the fact to they would have or could have been detrimental to the animals they would have been tested on. A June 1, 2006 report on Slate.com stated that a "source of human suffering may be the dozens of promising drugs that get shelved when they cause problems in animals that may not be relevant for humans.” For example, a drug used to lower the threat of organ transplant rejection, was "almost shelved" because of animal test results, according to neurologist Aysha Akhtar, MD, MPH. An argument for animal testing is animals are adequate research subjects because they resemble human beings in many ways. One of these animals are chimpanzees due to the fact that they share 99% of their DNA with humans this is because all mammals including humans are descended from common ancestors and all have the same set of organs (heart,kidneys,etc) that function essentially in an identical way with the help of a bloodstream and central nervous system. Since animal and humans are so biologically comparable, they are receptive to many of the same conditions and diseases, like heart disease and
Furthermore, the irregularity of Medea’s situation stems from another characteristic of the play. Such feature is the intensity of her revenge. Medea’s reaction to Jason’s betrayal goes above and beyond readers’ expectations. It fixates them in a state of shock and consternation. Medea’s choice of killing her children in her own home is a very heartless, harmful decision that would impose unlimited pain on both her and Jason.
Imagine that your mom is very, very sick. She has the choice to keep fighting the sickness or to give up and go through euthanasia. The process of euthanasia involves a lethal injection in the body which kills the body. It’s kind of like when a vet has to put a dog down. While many people think this process is a way of relieving pain, the termination of someone else’s life is not ethical since it lowers the value of life and is not a natural way of death.