Birth Control : Who Controls?

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Birth Control: Who Controls? “Should teenagers be allowed to get birth control without the permission of their parents?” Outline: -Thesis Statement- Teenagers should not be required to have permission from their parents to receive birth control. Religious Beliefs: -Sex before marriage -Encouraging the child to have sex -Against God’s will (IT’S A SIN) Communications with teens/parents -Wanting to know from a parent’s perspective -Asking the teen “why” -Social problems leading to crisis & explosion with both sides Rejection from parents -Making the decision for the teenager -Not listening to the child -Causing the teenager to make their own decision Ready for intercourse -Unwanted pregnancy -STDs, HIV, Syphilis -Types of birth control -Pros and Cons of birth control Mia Dent Beth Mitchell DS 098 10 November 2015 Birth Control: Who Controls? Should teenagers be allowed to get birth control without the permission of their parents? Birth control is defined as the practice of preventing unwanted pregnancies, typically by use of contraception. In today’s society, teenagers typically do not feel comfortable talking to their parents about birth control or sex because parents will think that they are having sex. Having the “desire” feeling is normal for adolescence, but talking to the parents is the scary part. Some parents put the pressures on a child by neglecting the conversation, arguing about no sex until a certain age or marriage, and even go as far as no birth

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