Yes, in some parts of the world it is unsafe to have kids, but there are many alternatives and ways to protect your child. Some researchers found individual factors as well as social factors, access to legal abortion, and effective contraceptives. For woman who have abortions because they have found out they are pregnant and do not want the responsibility, financial stress, and other factors, I believe are wrong. They know the consequences of sexual intercourse and what happens. Yes, not all contraceptives are one hundred percent but there are many ways to prevent pregnancy if you do not want kids.
Everyone has an opinion and may say that birth control shouldn’t be used at such a young age. The point of birth control is to help not conceive and some believe that young women shouldn’t be having intercourse at such a young age. Doctors usually give prescriptions to young women who request they want birth control. The young women should get checks-ups frequently to assure that she is capable of taking birth control. The improperness of birth control can be effective to teens who are sexually active.
Not only do they offer these programs that can help prevent teen pregnancy they also accept most major insurances and also offer several no-cost and reduced cost-programs and they also offer a sliding – fee scale. They try to give teens the best chance at preventing teen pregnancy. This is a great program for teens who need birth control but can’t afford it or for teens who need information and do not have someone they can get in from in their family. It is all confidential and they are very helpful when deal with anyone especially teens. (Planned Parenthood
This quotation goes to shows that by not teaching young women the responsibilties of their sexiality they will become what society considers sluts. Both of the quotes I have chosen show that there are many reasons to wanting to teach young adults about safe sex. They must learn about safe sex to avoid disgracing their families,large fines and or punishments. While transitioning from children to adults both children must learn to care not just for themselves but also their families. Saitoti writes, “Circumcision means a break between childhood and adulthood.
According to Pros and Cons, “it is a known fact that teenagers today are sexually active, therefore, sex education can help them understand the benefit of abstinence in the early years of it can at least teach them how to be responsible sexually active people” (Pros and Cons). Students who receive condoms are mostly to use them or not have sex. Most parents do not know what to begin with when they talk to their child about sex so it may be up to the school to educate them if the parent approves. “It has to be done in the context of helping them develop expectations for themselves and their lives that will cause them to make decisions that
Teen Pregnancy Are you aware that in the United States 24% of girls ages fifteen through nineteen were pregnant? Teenagers carrying babies is not ideal for anyone considering it is potentially ruining that teens childhood and putting them and their families in jeopardy. Education and awareness on this topic should be improved in schools and throughout communities. Teen pregnancy has the potential to ruin a teens educational future, relationships with the father, and put their child at risk for health effects; to create a solution to this problem there should be more funding towards the education of teen parents, an increased education on male involvement, and prenatal care provided. Education is what many teens find most important throughout their high school careers.
When taking birth control there has to be a certain amount of trust that goes on in the relationship. A woman can say she’s taking the pill and isn’t taking it. Trust has to be built where a woman is taking the contraceptive and the man believes it. If the trust is not built both ways, it could cause psychological problems in the relationship. Psychologically birth control can be a great idea for both men and women because they are protecting themselves from an unplanned pregnancy.
Many states are starting to limit parental rights as P. Jon White (2009), MD, director of health IT, stated in Privacy and Security Solutions that “the HIPAA Privacy Rule defers to state law as to whether a health care provider may or may not notify parents of such treatment and whether the parents have right of access to the medical records associated with such treatment.” (White, p.7). Many agree with this statement because they believe that teenagers are not brainless and that they would go to a doctor if something seemed different than normal. By letting teens make their own decisions, they think teens will become more independent and self-confident. This would stop them from making mistakes later in life. A majority of parents make all the decisions for their youth.
Say for instance they chose to keep the child and did not consider the amount of money necessary for properly raising a child. This is especially bad if the family has two hard working parents on either side. Then one of the two would go into a job of some sort while the other is left at home taking care of the child. But it can also be taken from the other side if they had chosen for the abortion and did not wish to involve their parents with the decision. They would then be stuck looking up online which states do allow abortions to children under the age of eighteen without parental consent if not already in one at which point they would then also need to figure out how to get enough money (price can range anywhere between zero to three-thousand dollars).
Sex education is very important to not only teach teens about the changes that their bodies are going through thanks to puberty, also to teach teens about the dangers of sex like STD’s, HIV, and pregnancies. Taking sex education out of schools or only teaching abstinence-only does not help students learn how to cope or manage the potential risks or dangers that having unsafe sex can have. This is why I think that sex education should stay in schools and that abstinence-only sex education is not enough. I understand that some parents or important people in the students ' life might have concerns about comprehensive sex education being in schools. They might say that comprehensive sex education could be confusing for students that have religious
• The goal is immunize all females before to start any sexual contact. • The school is the best setting to uptake young girls • The cost-effective of HPV immunization program for male is questioned • Parental consent could be barrier to uptake young girls in school However, according to Berlinger (2006), some parents present resistance to childhood immunizations. So, medical, ethical, religious, personal beliefs and policy issues should be also considered: • Immunization could be contraindicated in some medical conditions • Strongly religious believes are nonmedical reason to refuse childhood immunization • Other reason to parents refusing childhood immunization is the personal beliefs that vaccine could be dangerous and raise the rate of autism. • Personal beliefs may are linked to preference for alternative medicine or lack of knowledge Moreover, research by Emberger (2015) cites some reason and barriers which parents refuse HPV vaccine for their children. • Necessity for clarification about benefits from
Nowadays, many teenage girls are becoming sexually active without the backup help of birth control. There may be many different reasons as to why; some girls might be scared, some might not know how to get their hands on any, and some might just think a pregnancy won’t ever happen to them. Nonetheless, it’s very important that young girls who are sexually active take birth control to prevent any possible pregnancies. Of course even with the help of contraception, there’s no 100% guarantee a girl can’t become impregnated, however the effectiveness of some birth control can reach about 99%. These days, the most common contraceptive used by teenagers are male condoms, which are sold at most drug stores; whereas other methods, like birth control
People do use religious and opinionated excuses to prevent their children from becoming vaccinated. Parents and guardians believe myths and Facebook posts instead of well educated doctors to determine if their child should be vaccinated. This is a huge mistake! By not vaccinating your children properly you are not only putting them at risk, but the people around them that they encounter daily (CDC). Parents should not be able to make up an uneducated excuse to keep their children from being properly vaccinated.