Women have the moral right to choose what to do with their body. A woman should not be forced into motherhood because of an unwanted pregnancy. Denying a woman the right to choose to have an abortion will condemn her to be financially liable and take care of an unwanted child for 18 years. Many people who take the pro-life stance fail to acknowdledge the hardships and difficulties of motherhood. They argue that “babies should be saved” yet how they plan to save children from a rough and tumoltous life when 73% of women who have abortions do it because they are unable to afford and provide for a child and 48% would be single mothers; all factors that affect children’s development and progress in life (“U.S.
Alvarez,Erika Mr.Kegley Health Science/ 4th period 22 September 2015 Teen Pregnancy and Confidentiality Girls that don’t have a education may end up on the streets. In my side I said that girls that get pregnant in a really early age is really sad because they don’t think about their future, dropping out high school and parents kick them out from their houses. It is important for teens to think about their future. Girls that are 15 years old they get pregnant and at the same time they just feel like killing their self because they think that their parents will not respond for that. Yeah of course our parents are not responding for this!
A teenage mother will need a high school degree to get a job to care for her child. Most teens that end up pregnant will end up dropping out of school making it hard for them to get a job to take care of their children. Teens should not have sex knowing they have a high chance of pregnancy and they know that they're not in the right state to
After learning of Sandi’s pregnancy, “the father of her baby [tells] everyone that Sandi [is] an admitted schizophrenic and picked his name out of the high school yearbook when she found out she was pregnant” (89). In addition, to avoid responsibility, “soon after [hearing of the pregnancy] the boy’s father got transferred from Tucson and the whole family moved to Oakland, California” (89). Sandi recognizes her position as a poor single mother and challenges it. By working, Sandi provides for herself and her child, subsequently defying the stereotype that are the sole men providers in a woman’s
Mama with the help of the community did everything possible to raise money and send her to school. Dee appeared as a contrast to Maggie, she refused her name, renaming herself, Wangero Leewanika Kemanjo, thus denying her heritage and family name. Mama wants a better future for her Maggie but understands life in the 1960’s is a real challenge especially for them. The family also argues about the quilt; that Dee wants to take, but Mama has already decided it is for Maggie. Mama said to herself, “I did something I never had done before: hugged Maggie…snatched the quilts out of Miss Wangero’s hands dumped them into Maggie’s lap” and this shows that Mama wants more for
(Bloom) This scene “reveals Ruth 's independence, expressing her right to choose and to assert control, yet it also depicts the desperation of a working-class woman who cannot afford to have another child.” (Bloom) Mama greatly opposes Ruth getting an abortion. Her conservative views and religious beliefs do not allow her to consider this as an option. She remembers the
Growing up as a young girl, getting pregnant, having babies and making a family is a dream for most girls. Having kids is a big deal because that is when the matureness kicks in and when time comes around with playing mommy, waking up early, feeding, and stress. Becoming pregnant is a lot of work and I believe it takes time and it is a preparation game. Some parents get pregnant unexpectedly and want to have the kid and others would like to kill the fetus because the parents aren 't ready to have a baby. In my eyes I believe that abortions should not be happening because there is plenty of ways to protect the body, other options instead of killing the baby, and harming another human being that could be alive.
Not only for diseases like diabetes or HIV/AIDS, there are other For example, in the year 2004, there was a case reported that an embryo was embedded in a cesarean section scar. (Meghan M. Gourley) The mother gave up to the child and chose selective abortion as the method because she couldn’t have a chance to successfully deliver the baby anyways. Selective abortion helped this woman to get rid of the unwanted as soon as possible and saved her from suffering a bigger amount of pain. Another positive implication is that selective abortions can help poor families reduce the pressure of having too many children. Some families cannot support multiple births with their economic conditions.
In 2006, Mrs. Young requested a leave of absence to perform a vitro fertilization procedure in an effort to become pregnant. This procedure was successful and Young became pregnant. During the early terms of her pregnancy, Young’s doctor instructed her not to lift over 20 pounds to prevent risk or harm to her and her unborn child. Following this advice, Young informed her company (UPS) of her medical situation and requested a lighter work duty. UPS declined her request, stating that it was the company’s policy to provide light-work duty only in three limited situations: for those employees that were injured on the job, had temporarily lost their federal certificate to drive a commercial vehicle, or had a condition that was covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Lamaze method was created by Ferdinand Lamaze, the original creator of the “hee-hee-hoo” method of childbirth breathing. Today Lamaze believes women have the right to give birth free from medical intervention. Lamaze teaches birthing classes or a span of weeks leading up tp labor and emphasizes the “six Lamaze healthy birth practices.” The six practices include: allowing labor to begin on its own, moving around throughout the labor, bringing along a doula or friend for support, avoiding unnecessary interventions, avoiding laying on back for bushing, and keeping the mother and baby together. A birthing plan very similar to the Lamaze method is the Bradley method. Also known as “husband-coached birth,” this method puts and emphasis on natural childbirth.