Many of the opponents of Obamacare completely overlook how beneficial it is for women. Pre-existing conditions like C-sections, insurance plans with maternity services and the equality of insurance costs for men and women are all included in Obamacare. However, before Obamacare was executed, women’s costs for health insurance could be 1.5 times that of men, according to Wharton. Obamacare prohibited this immoral discrimination in 2014. If Obamacare were to be revoked, women would suffer much higher rates of insurance due to this unethical presumption that they are more “expensive”.
It prevents a woman’s ovaries from ovulating and thinning out the lining of the uterus. When women started using this pill, there were a few who ended up being pregnant because of the incorrect use of the pill. Watkins had wrote in her book, “Of course, it could not offer 100 percent protection; pregnancies did occur in women on the pill” (8). The pill needs to be taking once on a daily basis in order for it to be effective. According to Watkins, the pill is ninety-nine percent effective and was considered the most effective contraceptive method than any other method (8).
Millennials are a generation of people born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. Specifically 1982-2000, and if you think baby boomer’s parents procreated at a high rate well they taught their offspring to do much of the same. Millennials are now 18-36 years of age and comprise of twenty-four percent of the US population, but that 's about the only similarity between the baby boomers and the millennials. Other than the sheer size of the two groups millennials are becoming a generation that the United States couldn 't make up if they tried. Only twenty-one percent of millennials are married while forty-two percent of baby boomers were married at the same age, almost one out of every four millennials have a bachelor degree or higher making them the most educated generation ever seen.
According to the charitable organization, Plan International, there are still 62 million girls around the world, and some of the barriers preventing them from achieving this education include gender norms, violence towards girls in school, and forced early marriage and pregnancy. In Vatican City, women still do not have the right to vote. In Yemen and in Afghanistan women cannot leave their house without their husband's permission. The lists go on and on and on. “Traditional values”, “gender roles”, in many ways these words can be used to mean, “Make women lesser beings than men”.
Infertility may play havoc in a couple’s life who want to have their biological child and even it can drive the couple to see themselves as a failure to be fruitful and multiply. Based on World Health Organization (WHO), about 8-10% of couples in industrialised countries have reproductive problem. However, since science always develop day by day lead to even impossible thing sometimes can be possible for example reproductive problem nowadays can be overcome by In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF), Intra-uterine Insemination (IUI) and and many more. IVF is such a double edged sword (Amit Kumar Banerjee,2006). After the birth of first baby through IVF, Louise Brown in1978, the famous philosopher, Mary Warnock said that it is important for the public
Today more than four million American individuals rely on Title X and its services. Without Title X, over four million individuals will lost the affordable preventive health care they have. Doing away with Title X is also doing away with women 's rights, and a woman 's control over her own body. I know that many of you believe that doing away with federal funding for Planned Parenthood is for the best, but in actual reality it is probably one of the worst things you could do. Doing away with Title X would lead to more unintended pregnancies because women 's access to affordable birth control would be cut off.
The Essay "Size 6: The Western Women's Harem" by Fatema Mernissi really hit home with me out of the essay's that were assigned this week. It is an essay about her realization of western civilizations obsession with being a certain size in order to be beautiful or considered normal. Growing up my family referred to their outward appearance as stocky or big boned. I have always been larger than the other girls in my age group; it has been a constant struggle the majority of my life to be a “normal” size. There is such a stigma on beauty, a perfection that sets us up to be attractive or not.
A breast enhancement surgeon is often the first person many women consult when concerned with small bust size. These surgeons are out to make money and often push women into deciding that surgery is the only option for them to get the size and shape of breasts that they have been wanting for some time. Elective surgeries are on the rise and it is no wonder why this is true. Many of these surgeries cost thousands of dollars for the surgery alone, not counting the cost of prescription medications that are necessary to ward off infections when healing. Would not it be more convenient if women had more options for increasing breast size that did not involve the risks of surgery?
Around 10 million adults alone in the United States as of 2017 consider themselves to be part of the LGBT community, these are 10 million adults who can be discriminated against, weather this is access to something as important as medical care or something as simple as a wedding cake for their wedding they can be refused access to this. In 1993 The Religious Freedom Restoration Act was passed in order to provide “stronger laws and enforcement for exercising religion” and so that it could play a valid part in our foreign policy; yet it is hardly used in our foreign policy and in some cases can cause more problems than solutions. This has become a national debate, even still today because of the obvious outcomes it could have regarding gay-marriage.
The price for a surrogate mother currently be as much as triple the price of cloning. According to BankRate.com the price of surrogacy would range from $100,000 to $120,000. In the article “Dangers of the Human Clones” Professor Ian Wilmot states “Currently almost 99% of cloning procedures end in failure” I agree yes like most projects there are high failure rates from the start. But did scientists such as Edward Jenner give up when he was searching for a cure for smallpox? No, he didn 't and with that mentality further scientific research will never be done.