In this NBC News article, “Planned Parenthood Will Pay Its Own Fetal Tissue Costs”, (NBC News). Anti- Abortion groups are furious with Planned Parenthood selling fetal tissue for profit and to maintain programs within this organization. The videos were released in mid-July by anti-abortion activists who called themselves the Center for Medical Progress (top right paragraph). Planned Parenthood will no longer receive any kind of payment to help with the cost of the programs. Some of their clinics; fetal tissues will only be used for scientific research.
Susie also goes on to talk about that the government is discriminating based on sexual orientation and appealing to logos with her logical sounding phrases that talk about the government; however, she never shows verified or backup information to support these statements. Her uses of words such as discrimination while describing the situation evokes
Sexual acts for pleasure ,for both man and women, have been forbidden. The new regime has also caused the Commanders relationship with Serena to be damaged, due to them acquiring handmaids. This causes the Commander to form a relationship with Offred, in order to satisfy his needs. He soon manipulates Offred into having sex with him. The irony of this situation rests in the fact that most of the laws, based on the Bible, of Gilead were enforced in order “to protect women,” yet Offred is not being “protected” due to her fear that the Commander might expel her if she does not sleep with him.
Introduction: Explain the idea to make sure the audience understands. Establish how you, personally, are to argue this point. Explain what you arguing. Explain what you will cover in the rest of your writing(thesis statement). Body: Give your reasoning to be able to argue your point(maybe multiple paragraphs.
They are asked to leave out of courtesy to them, not their wives or daughters. It was thought to be improper to see a woman give birth. “Childbirth was one area of life that was distinctly female; men...generally excluded from the birthing chamber” (Married Life). Although this allows for many sexist ideas to be shared, it also allows for the beautiful relationships between women to be created. Women had to stick together in a world run by men.
Because I don’t care about me.” To which the American man responds by saying “I don’t want you to do it if you feel that way.” Jig uses this statement to manipulate the American man who clearly cares about whether she would actually like to have the abortion. She clearly cares about herself, her happiness, and desires and uses them as major deciding factors. However this manipulation is unintentional as she doesn’t say that she will not go through with the surgery which is what the man has given her the opportunity to say. As the story continues, Jig realizes that the American man is set on her having the abortion; and therefore gives up on the idea of starting a family. The man says “We can go everywhere.” To which Jig replies “No, we can’t.
However, Foucault disagrees with hypothesis stating that power is exercised to bring sex into discourse. “The society that emerged in the nineteenth century-bourgeois,capitalist or industrial society,call it what you will- did not confront sexuality with a fundamental refusal of recognition. On the contrary, it put into operation an entire machinery for producing true discourses concerning it.” (Foucualt, ) Foucault refutes the hypothesis, labeling marriage and the hypothesis itself as a discourse. Agreeing within the Repressive Hypothesis that the open attitudes toward sex have been repressed; Foucault disagrees with
Misogyny, sexism, racism, regardless the label used to define it does not make it right or less painful for those who are impacted by them. History books, magazines are filled with incidents and often times horrible, painful stories of lives that were altered or simply destroyed by sexism. For centuries, the bible, constitutions even our own declaration of independence have supported this notion of inequality. The question is, how to get a unified society when even the rule of law promote sexism and make it legal to discriminate against women. The bible in the book of Ephesian states “Wives, submit to your husbands as to the Lord.
Though Money argues that intersexual individuals face contradictions between their feminine and masculine identities that should be dangerous to their mental health (333), he provides no evidence for a valid argument. In reaction to Money’s statement, Anne Fausto-Sterling in her book, Sexing the Body, redefines infant genital surgery as “cosmetic surgery performed to achieve a social result—reshaping a sexually ambiguous body so that it conforms to our two-sex system” (80). With special emphasis on the cosmetic, not medical, pressure for the surgery, Fausto-Sterling builds confidence in her argument by analyzing multiple studies on both sides of the debate. Surgeries for clitoroplasty or vaginoplasty that reinforced an alignment between gender and sexes were considered successful only if the criteria were based on cosmetic results rather than mental health or wellbeing (82-83, 88-91). In contrast, individuals who were raised as either female or male with unusual genitalia demonstrated a healthy psychological profile, even those whose sex of rearing differed from their sex of choice (96-100, 102-106).
Further, to add to this, is the supposition that woman is a penis envy, where woman from the beginning is morally inferior to men. Freud asserts that in woman, while she is a girl and has discovered the absence of penis in her body, would feel envious. She is hurt on the fact that she cannot be like her father, a figure that she thinks is in power because of having penis. In here, Freud said that a girl develops Electra complex , she wish to be identified to her father that in the absence of penis, she would now opt to have a male child in the intention of “gaining” penis to compensate in her inferiority. Her desire towards her father has shifted to men in general where she becomes passive to