Benefits of Birth Control Programs Gina Torres Com 172 March 21, 2012 Lilac Bauer Benefits of Birth Control Programs Often at the mention of “birth control,” the first thing that may come to mind is a form of protection against unwanted pregnancy, but the truth is, birth control is so much more than just this one area. A person who is uneducated often has the tendency to blindly listen to what the media, social networks, and doctors tell them, but a person who seeks out the knowledge about this simple yet effective science will make better life decisions. There are many benefits to birth control programs, but two main benefits include the education among teenage girls and of safe sex. Benefits of Educating Teenage Girls Many girls are uneducated about birth control and its benefits. They have the notion that it is used for protection against unwanted pregnancy, when there are many other benefits.
At the present time, families can choose their baby’s hair color, skin color and eye color. Designer baby, a new medical invention has led to much debate in society where many affirm that changing the traits of a baby is a good thing while opponents refuse it believing it is a bad thing. The invention of designer babies is a good thing. People who agree on this invention have many reasons as to why they do. This medical technique allowed people to develop their babies physically.
Feeding a baby correctly is one of the most important things you do for your baby, especially in their first few years of life. When a mother chooses how to feed their child, she should look at all the options and know the benefits and downfalls of each, and be flexible in her decision based on what her baby ends up needing when they are born. When a mother decides to breast feed, she cannot take many medications for fear of transferring them to her Baby through the breast milk. The effects of most medications, to a baby, are unknown because no one would want to test them out on a baby, that is just unethical. Also, when you breast feed you are still basically ‘eating for two’.
There are too many orphan children for us (the society) to be focusing on whether or not single parent adoption is “OK”. We should focus more on the value of being able to grow up with someone to look up to, as well as love and affection from the feeling of having a family. Have you ever imagined what it would be like being an orphan? Do you think that if you were, you would care whether or not you were being adopted by a single parent, rather than a couple? It is imperative that we understand the importance of single parent adoption being accepted into our society because we never know if one day we might find ourselves in this position, and with the fear of being judged by society.
The researchers are focusing on children, and how to make their lives better in the long run. The researchers are also focusing on ways to truly make the transgendered person become the opposite sex. I don’t believe it will be very long before transgendered men will be able to get pregnant and carry a child to term. Transgender females may also be able to produce sperm one day. Not very long ago, women were discriminated against just because of their gender.
This could mean in cases where the mother could look after the child comfortably with love and care but chooses not to out of selfishness instead (one of the four functioning principles: pragmatism, would need to be applied to decide). This could result in a disappointed family and/or a depressed husband or boyfriend who wanted to father a child. Allowing abortion societally might not be the most loving thing to do because there is a great need for adoption (2 million
If it turns out that that child becomes transgender, at least that parent has done their job as a parent by educating that child what his/her role entails. If I had an opportunity to counsel Ludo I would want to try and find out where this feeling of him having a different gender stems from. I’m curious to know is it the fact that he observes his mom and admire her? Or he has a bad outlook on the male role. I think Ludo would be an interesting client for me to counsel because I feel that children going through that type of issue need someone to talk to that would be non judgmental and that is a counselor’s job.
They also mention that if having homosexual parents as the role models it may also result in homosexuality in the child. Role models are very important in raising children, this is who they look up to and I feel if their parents were gay, society would also have something against them from the start. Gays already have a tough time in society already, not many people accept them, and it would make it more difficult for the child being raised by them. In order to raise a child the child needs a stable environment. Straight parents would be able to provide for their child unlike gay parents.
The concept of human cloning is controversial in regards to its ethical dimension and the potential risks it can have on humanity. Our society is highly dependent on the development of children with respect to their academics and parents hope nothing more than to see their children be successful in their lives. Henry Maier's, “The Core of Care: Essential Ingredients for the Development of Children at Home and Away from Home,” emphasizes child-care as a prominent part of their development and how the manner parents raise their children influences their behaviors and psychological well-being. The elements presented by Maier and the ethical guidelines in our society will be essential in assessing human cloning in regards to the development of children; it will provide information regarding the safety and the execution of bioengineering. Although human cloning may help sterile couples in having their own genetically similar baby and be a source for treatment and tissue transplants, the risk of physiological harm and the loss of freedom and individuality could damage the growth of cloned children and have detrimental effects on their psychological, social, and intellectual development.
Is Adoption Better Than Abortion: There are many similarities that link both abortion and adoption however there are also very many differences which separate them, either reasons which concern the mentality of the mother after the two processes and the physical differences made to their life. The first, most obvious similarity; is that they are giving up their baby, another being that you are not forced into unplanned parenthood. This however, also links into not being forced into hastily made relationships or even marriages with the father of the child. This being a fantastic reason which favours the two options as does the prevention of teenage girls losing their youth to being forced into a position that may hinder the whole of their later life. One of the main differences between adoption and abortion is that abortion ends a life in order to end a pregnancy whereas adoption requires the giving up of the young or new born baby.