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The most important part of reproductive rights is the principle that a woman has the right to decide whether and when to have a child. Religious beliefs, politics, incident of pregnancy, support, economy, long term consequences, such as regrets and depression, being able to take responsibility, and ... Continue Reading

Abortion: A Womans Right To Reproductive Freedom

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A woman’s Right to Reproductive Freedom “One of the things that makes humans different from other animals is that we are not completely governed by instincts, but have the freedom to make choices” (CCC 9). By nature Humans tend to take different stands in matters that require ... Continue Reading


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Many people have pondered upon the meaning of abortion. The argument being that every child born should be wanted, and others who believe every child conceived should be born. This has been a controversial topic for many years. However, I strongly disagree with legalization of abortio ... Continue Reading

Ahead of Her Time

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Mary Wollstonecraft has been called a forward-looking feminist. She was a woman that was decades ahead of her time. Her writing, A Vindication of Rights of Men (1790) is one of the most important documents in the history of women's rights. Wollstonecraft's views were primarily concerned with the i ... Continue Reading


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“Abortion stops a beating heart…” “Western philosophy’s idea of the autonomous self: the pregnant woman is in fact both a person in her body and a vessel. Rather than seeing both beings as alive and interdependent—seeing life within life—and acknowledging that sometimes, non ... Continue Reading

3 Days of Peace and Music

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Jimi Hendrix asks in his song Purple Haze, "Am I happy or in misery?" This theme broadly defined the political and social unrest throughout the nation in 1969. The baby boomers in the late 1960’s adopted a "hippie" culture which personified the music of the time and the concept of "sex, drugs, ... Continue Reading


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During the first half of the 20th century, women went through many different obstacles to fight for women’s rights. Women first were known to stay in the homes, cook for their husband and take care of the kids. It was believed that women are best suited at the homes raising children in moral fas ... Continue Reading


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When were we ever given the right to destroy any living thing? Abortion is the legalized killing of the most innocent living things in our world. Abortion is nothing simple. Instead it is a real life event, which is often very stressful and extremely traumatic. Abortion is the murder of an innocent ... Continue Reading

My Attitude on Female Health & Reproductive Rights

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I felt especially strongly about the topics we read about and discussed dealing with female health and reproductive rights. My health and reproductive rights are extremely important to me and I feel like this topic was the most controversial in my own point of view. ... Continue Reading

My Attitude on Female Health & Reproductive Rights

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I felt especially strongly about the topics we read about and discussed dealing with female health and reproductive rights. My health and reproductive rights are extremely important to me and I feel like this topic was the most controversial in my own point of view. ... Continue Reading

Liberty and Justice for All

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Thomas Jefferson, in The Declaration of Independence, wrote “all men are created equal” and we today assume that this means men and women, but the real case is actually far from the truth. While women have gained an increasing level of equality, there is still muc ... Continue Reading

The Tulmultuous History of Women's Rights

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The plight of equal rights for women has had an extensive, long-suffering and tumultuous history. Even though women have argued intensely to attain their privileges, they continue to labor for workplace equality, reproductive rights, and to overcome religious and cultural barriers. The conflict for ... Continue Reading

The Right to Choose

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Legalizing abortion is one of the most controversial issues discussed in Thai society nowadays. The fight between the pro-life and pro-choice has been long and is getting more serious. One of the reasons is because abortion is a sensitive subject which involves many issues, such as human rights an ... Continue Reading

Ethics Of Abortion

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Abortion is a very controversial subject that has been continually argued over for the past few years and probably many years to come. The main controversy is should abortion be legalized? First before we get into the many sides of abortion we must first define abortion. Abor ... Continue Reading

The Year that Redefined America

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The year 1968 was one of the most dramatic twelve months in American history. It would be remembered as a year of assassinations, riots, manic protests and political change. During 1968, two iconic symbols of peace were assassinated; Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert. F. Kennedy. Martin Luther King ... Continue Reading

Controling World Population Through Reproduction Education In Developing Countries

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In 1804, the world became populated with one billion people. Then one hundred twenty-three years later, in 1927, there were two billion people. By 1974, the number had doubled and the world population reached four billion. Recently in 2000 there was another two billion added, bringing the number to ... Continue Reading

Pro-Abortion Essay

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Abortion is a central and contentious matter in the lives of many living in the the United States facing unplanned pregnancies. Opinions on abortion vary for numerous reasons. Under certain circumstances, abortion may be the most appropriate or suitable action to take. Young women who find themselv ... Continue Reading

Equal Rights Amendment

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Equality Even before the 13 colonies, women have been discriminated in many ways. We have lived under the United States Constitution for more than 200 years and women still struggle for equal rights. The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) was introduced in 1923 by Ali ... Continue Reading

Planned Parenthood Federation of America

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Founded in 1916 by Margaret Sanger, PPFA was America’s first birth control clinic to be established. A driven woman motivated by the beliefs that the reproductive decisions should be made on an individual rather than a social or cultural basis, she set out to create access to birth control fo ... Continue Reading

whatch out

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There are many different interpretations, and misconceptions about the term “feminism”. I support many of the issues that are considered to be women’s issues within our culture; reproductive rights, freedom of sexuality, and equality within the workplace. Why ... Continue Reading

Sterilization of Disabled Individuals

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Without a Choice: sterilization of people with mental disabilities On July 9th, 2002 The National aired “Sandra and Her Son: a mother has her mentally disabled son castrated.” This feature report was provocative and unsettling; it exposed many issues regar ... Continue Reading


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Abortion has always been an extremely controversial subject; Quite related to choice and freedom of making your own descicions is the thing on which many have already contemplated, studied and made publications that lead to many different reactions. Some say it is the woman's right to choose wheth ... Continue Reading

Critical Review

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Fitton, Elizabeth. ”We’ve Only Just Begun.” PRO-Life Movement. Vol. 28(2002)p78. The article “We’ve Only Just Begun” by Elizabeth Fitton explores the Pro-Life movement and their views on issues such as human cloning, stem cell research, and abortion. Fitton is a woman who is an ac ... Continue Reading

Abortion, is it right or wrong?

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Do you consider something with a beating heart a living creature? A baby’s heart forms and starts beating during the 5th week of pregnancy, therefore, that would make abortion murder. Many people have different views and beliefs on abortions. As a U.S. citizen, women have the right to choose wh ... Continue Reading

Kansas Grants Planned Parenthood Abortion License

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The state of Kansas granted Planned Parenthood an abortion license, although the Kansas Department of Health and Environment paired several regulations with the license. The department tells abortion providers what drugs and equipment they must have on hand, how big some of their rooms must be, and ... Continue Reading