So You Want to End Abortion…

There are many people in this country and around the world who believe that abortion is both illegal and immoral. If this is what you believe, this is what has to be done to stop it entirely.

  • Teach our boys and men to respect women.
  • Break down all of the boundaries that still prevent females from achieving everything they want to achieve. An educated woman with a solid career is more likely to have a child when she is financially and emotionally ready to be a mother.
  • Upon reaching puberty, all boys are required by law to have a vasectomy. When they have proven that they can properly take care of their offspring, the vasectomy is reversed.
  • If an unplanned pregnancy occurs (whether via wanted or unwanted sex) and the man refuses to take responsibility, use law enforcement to ensure that both the mother and child are taken care of until the child turns eighteen. If he still refuses, cut his junk off.
  • Ensure that every child is given age-appropriate sex education.
  • Make birth control easily accessible without charging an arm and a leg.
  • Ensure that every pregnant woman has easy access to affordable and reliable medical care until she gives birth. After the baby is born, make sure that the parents can do the same for pediatric care.
  • If the mother and/or parents are in a financial/employment bind, the government is responsible for providing additional support. This includes housing, food, etc.
  • Reduce the cost of daycare to be proportional to the salaries of the adults in the home.
  • From the moment they are born, each child is guaranteed a well-balanced education from pre-school all the way up to college. If they choose to go for an advanced degree, that is on them.
  • If the youngster is unable to be raised within the bosom of their family and has to be put into social services, remove the identity labels that prevent some from fostering and/or adopting the minor.
  • Add mental health screenings as part of the regular medical checkup. If there is supplemental help is needed, it is marked as preventative by the health insurance companies and charged as such.
  • If abortion is determined as necessary by a medical health professional, give the family room to consider their options and do not judge them if the decision is made to end the pregnancy.

P.S. Did you hear that a good amount of Republicans in the Senate voted no on a bill that would help with the baby formula shortage? So much for pro-life.

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Author: Writergurlny

I am Brooklyn, NY born and raised writer who needs writing to find sanity in an insane world. To quote Charlotte Bronte: “I'm just going to write because I cannot help it.”

8 thoughts on “So You Want to End Abortion…”

  1. I took the time to read through all of your proposed solutions to the issue of abolishing abortion, and have chosen to reply to you on a point-by-point basis. I’m not in total disagreement, I think you have a few good ideas, but there are some things I think you might have overlooked.

    1. Our society has been doing this for quite some time. Sadly, many aren’t doing the same for their daughters. The disparity in treatment is evidenced by the fact that there are thousands of battered women’s shelters all over the nation, but only ONE for battered men. This despite the fact that it isn’t unusual for women to hit men when they become frustrated. We’re just told to take it.

    2. When last I checked, we have a female VP, female fighter pilots, female Infantry Soldiers, female judges, university professors, CEOs, etc. Pray tell, where are they being limited, because I don’t see any places where they’re being restricted.

    3. There are no guarantees that a vasectomy reversal will be effective, which means that you’re encouraging our society to mutilate boys and possibly rob them of their ability to reproduce for something that they MIGHT do. What could possibly go wrong here?

    4. If your argument is that a woman should be allowed to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, then why shouldn’t the father be allowed to opt out of fatherhood? You want equality, right? Only seems fair. As it is, men make up the vast majority of people paying child support in a system almost tailor made to guarantee that they will never make it above the poverty line while the mothers face zero accountability regarding how they spend that money. Of course, after the last proposed solution, I’m not surprised that you would recommend mutilating men further.

    5. Age appropriate sex education could easily be folded into a biology class, and should include information regarding abstinence, as it is the most effective form of birth control in human history.

    6. Condoms are cheap and widely available. Abstinence and self-control are free. There is wisdom behind the idea of waiting for marriage.

    7. Who will pay for that “affordable and reliable” healthcare?

    8. Government was never meant to be anyone’s baby daddy. Stop placing it in that position. A government large enough to give you everything is also large enough to take it all away. Government isn’t your friend, no matter what you might have heard.

    9. I agree with you on this one. The cost of daycare is freaking insane. I get that people have to make a living, but there comes a point where the whole thing becomes a nightmare.

    10. Agreed. The best way to do this to offer school vouchers for those parents who don’t want their children in public schools. Give them the choice and ability to provide their kids with the best education available in their area.

    11. I tend to regard this as a form of human trafficking, given all the financial incentives that go along with fosterage and those types of adoptions. There has to be a better way to do this.

    12. Too much opportunity for people’s lives to be unnecessarily ruined. That’s the difficulty in this sort of thing. Perhaps the solution begins with finding a way to remove the societal stigma that comes with mental illness first?

    13. Morally speaking, an argument can be made for terminating a pregnancy in the interest of limiting the loss of human life. The main issue here is that such an allowance does nothing for the rest of the argument for abortion as such situations are relatively rare. For example, ectopic pregnancies, which are 100% fatal for the babies, only account for approximately 1% to 2% of pregnancies nationwide.

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