Rh Bill Essay

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First of all, RH-bill is a Philippine bill aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care. This means using of condoms and other stuff that will not make a woman pregnant. This should not be the case in our country. Philippines, mainly Manila, is a country which I believe, believes in one god and one god alone, which is God the Father. We should then respect what He gave us and make use of it. Sex is sacred. I once heard my lolo saying this line and he vaguely explained that sex is not only for reproducing and making babies but we should respect it for it is a blessing, that we could see another life coming here on earth. But how can we reproduce and enhance our race if we have this RH-bill? By using condom, it is teaching us to be selfish and self-centered. Why? We do not think of what's the purpose of having sex and instead enjoy it as a game of maliciousness. We only think of our own selves and why we are doing these kind of things. Another thing is, RH-bill is a contradiction to the church, because as what I've said, sex is sacred. Respect is one thing which people cannot buy, but must earn. Nowadays, women are treated like "sex toys" whenever boys fell like having sex with them. It doesn't mean that having this RH-bill could solve the problem. Think mainly of our own country, what will happen 15 years later on if the government approves the RH-bill? Philippine made China? Impossible! In addition, I've heard about this immunization thing which our Biology teacher once told us, that it contains chemicals which will not make a woman pregnant later on, for it controls their very own population. Yes, controlling the population might be good, but what will happen later on? If they all grow old, who will take care of them since none in the women society could not give birth anymore? And who will replace them if

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