The most popular misconception shared about Planned Parenthood is that Planned Parenthood is not a 'women's health' facility, but rather an abortion facility. Thus, the war to defund Planned Parenthood becomes a war to end access to safe and legal abortions. Planned Parenthood is not all about
Instead of having an abortion, women can choose a more beneficial option, such as giving the baby up for adoption. When women decide to get an abortion, they don’t think about adoption because of the long process, even though it can help other families who can’t have children. For example “It’s logical that anti-abortion organizations seeking to prevent abortions and promote traditional family structures would aggressively promote adoption, but this connection is often overlooked…”(Joyce). Many women that get pregnant with an unwanted child usually look into having an abortion first rather than going through the long process of pregnancy and giving the baby up for adoption. Furthermore, “In President Obama 's speech… he suggested that one solution to lowering abortion rates is making abortion more available”(Joyce).
The point of Masci’s article is to get the word out and spread awareness on the movement because Masci feels there is a lack of people who know about this ongoing debate. Although Masci neglects to choose a side in the debate, he accomplished the task of making his readers think and form their own decisions with the information he has to offer. His overall goal was to figure out if the momentum of support for the cause was coming to a halt. While the answer to that question remains unclear, Masci is still able to use logic and reasoning to sway the opinions of his readers and make them care about the cause.. By writing this article, Masci shares his knowledge and research with the world to determine whether there are still people who care about this movement and are willing to fight
The reader will proceed to imagine such a scenario and thus, this will stimulate the feeling of guilt and sorrow, which will convince them not to drink and drive. “simple solution” is also another technique that can be used that is effective as it makes people understand that life will be easier and better without drinking and driving. Drinking and driving a cause a lot of complications such as the guilt, the loss of a loved one, anger and sorrow. “simple solution” provides the reader will an easy solution by using their emotions to capture their understanding of the situation. The reader will come to understand that not drinking and driving is the best thing to do to avoid unnecessary complications.
Finally Beck uses a straw man to find the weakest argument of his opponent and implies it to be an absurd and awful reasoning not taking into account any other points nor any other reasoning that might refute his statement. Beck does not entertain the idea that while the argument he presented in opposition to anti abortion views, aborting a fetus conceived through rape because the fetus would share the rapists genes, could have other reasoning besides being from a eugenists point of view. He does not engage the understanding that while eugenists do actively trying to prevent the reproduction of people they believe to have undesirable traits not conducive to humanity through variety of awful tactics, the people who would reproduce are choosing to do so. He completely ignores the lack of choice and the violence associated with rape and that conception of a fetus was not the intent nor should carrying it be an outcome, especially not based upon the arguments he
Though it is true that not all who are selected for random drug test will be guilty of substance abuse, there is no other fair way of doing it. In addition, it should be up to the government to allow jurisdiction that regulates this dangerous habit. Perhaps random searches are unconstitutional, but that is not the point being argued. The fact is that random drug testing is morally permissible even if it is not completely cohesive with the amendments. When have high morals and the government ever completely coincided?
Since abortions are proven to give the mother a higher chance of ectopic pregnancy, miscarriages, and pelvic inflammatory disease, many people are using this in their arguments against abortion. Also, they believe that abortion can, and most likely will cause intense psychological pain and stress. Many also believe that the stress in mothers can also lead to depression, which can then lead to injuring themselves or even committing suicide. Another argument that the pro-life community has is that victims of rape and incest can get medical care and treatment to ensure that there will be no pregnancy. The pro-life community also thinks that adoption is a great alternative to abortion.
Furthermore, those advocates believe that the fetus is not a person, but rather a potential person, and as such it is not entitled to the same rights under the law as everyone else is. The pro-life side argues that the most effective and appropriate contraceptive method is abstinence, or in some cases family planning. Most pro-life supporters argue that contraceptives may encourage teens to be sexually active and in turn leads to a high rate of teen pregnancies. Although they are aware that contraceptive methods are readily available and can help reduce the number of abortions, yet they disagree with them because of moral and social grounds. Pro-choice advocates stand strongly against the restriction to access of non-surgical abortions and emergency contraceptives to women.
3) The third reason given by the author are about the motives of the organizations in favor of minors’ autonomy. He says that such organizations have a vested interest in such a law. It tries to construct a premise that the organization would not favor something that is not profitable and hence affects its business interests. This seems to be a pre-conceived bias of the author as the same approach is not being used when quoting the support of religious organizations against the
Her weakness is her thesis and how she does not follow by her argument. Warren on the other hand does have a thesis and fulfills his purpose on his essay. Warren’s article was logical and kept the reader engaged in his article. The author gave good evidence that provided a human resource to find out the link between media coverage and “copycat” shootings. (Warren).
Many have strong opinions on this topic because of safety concerns and reasons. Although the authors are using the Rogerian method to persuade you and help you understand their point of view. Shemtob and Lat’s essay on executions being televised was very persuading and effective based on their great use of Rogerian writing style. As a matter of fact, the authors used the Rogerian method in their thesis.
Much of it is divided down the middle, and the Pro-Choice and Pro-Life stances can be clearly viewed throughout whatever work one may be reading. Often, the bias is so strong throughout literature; it is hard not to read with a persuaded mind. The Ethics of Abortion acknowledges this issue stating that many of “those who are pro-choice call their opponents ‘anti-choice’” and “those who are pro-life refer to those who favor legalized abortion as ‘pro-abortion’” (Kaczor). This book, unlike many others, strives to not use this “loaded language”, because it has a way of instantly making the reader’s
i. The author of the book The Big Thirst Charles Fishman Delivered his speech at 7 pm in the Icardo Center that is located at CSUB. He began his speech by reading some negative comments that some high school students made on twitter. This automatically captured the audiences attention. His audience was greatly considered through these simple comments because he seem much more relatable,with these opening comments he presented a sense of a welcoming environment.
Professor Curzan spoke extemporaneously throughout her speech. Her conversational tone made her topic relatable to the audience. The volume of her voice was perfect; powerful enough to command the audience’s attention, yet she was not overpowering. The volume of her voice suggested confidence and self-assurance about her knowledge of her topic. On several occasions throughout her speech she used vocal variations by changing her pitch.