Disadvantages Of Planned Parenthood

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The term “pro-choice” has fallen out of favor when the American public. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) recently discovered that the word just does not seem to have the power to motivate the general population in the way it did when it was first coined. And while other pro-abortion groups may continue to use it, Planned Parenthood is attempting to cast a wider net by abandoning it all together.
In the modern media culture, the term “pro-choice” has been used for everything from abortion-on-demand to giving parents the option to choosing what kind of school their child can attend throughout their life. It is purposely vague regarding the “choices” that are actually available. But when the term was first used, it was a Madison …show more content…

Teenage parenthood is theorized as a social problem that involves a greater than average risk of being poor, unemployed and isolated. Studies have confirmed the association between socioeconomic disadvantage and teenage pregnancy and between social inequality and high teen pregnancy rates. Social exclusion is a contested term that goes beyond a concept of non-participation due to poverty of a concept of individuals or groups being shut out from society for reasons of multiple disadvantages, including: discrimination, chronic illnesses, geographical locations and cultural …show more content…

III. The support side of the Teenage Pregnancy strategy was backed up by an intervention that targeted areas of high deprivation with high conception areas. This would help pilot a government initiative that aimed to reduce the risk of long-term social exclusion associated with teenage pregnancy that helped by providing intensive support for parents and children to help them with housing, healthcare, parenting skills, education and child care. (1) “The claim that all humans, whatever their race, gender, religion, or age, have the right to life seems evident enough”. (Pg.92) Every person should have an equal right to life no matter what is thrown at him or her. Everyone should be given the opportunity to have a future, which known as a future like ours theory (FLO).
The killing of someone is wrong and in turn is cutting their future short rather than giving them they opportunity to become something great and cutting them short of what they deserve. This creates a connection to someone who has been diagnosed with AIDS or with an incurable cancer, for instance if you were to ask them about the nature of their future, they would state that their premature death is simply a

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