Week 9 Final Essay By Beverly Middlebrook COM/156 University Composition and Communication II (AXIA) July 28, 2011 Faculty: Joan Snyder Thesis: Comprehensive Sexual Education is more effective than abstinence-only programs because students receive the information needed to understand sexual health, prevent unplanned pregnancy, and reduce incidence of sexually transmitted diseases. In an ideal world youth would remain abstinent until marriage, couples would stay married and maintain one monogamous relationship throughout their lives, and even as human beings with a natural sex drive, people would not act on those feelings outside of a marriage. Since 1997, the abstinence-only industry has received a total of $1.9 billion
Peer pressure is so common in schools from middle school all the way to junior high. If parents aren’t able to help the next generation our future who will also be responsible for our future generations shouldn’t we give them a professional environment where they can actually learn how to be safe and handle the emotions and new feelings they get from puberty. Parents will argue against their sons or daughters to go take sex education. Fear is common that sex education will be a gate way to believing sex is ok. Sex education however provides different methods to prevent having STD’s or giving birth which happens without a basis of how to use protection.
She states that if we continue to participate we will be a “repressive society” which to me seems very one sided, she speaks to everyone in this essay, because she wants everyone to know that if you participate in the pc, we are not only being ridiculous but we are being a “repressive society.” This essay, or what seems to be an essay, is not an effective argument because of the way she argues, she does not see things from both sides, but she chooses to voice her side and why she thinks it is ridiculous! By just reading the essay once, made me believe that this is not a great essay or argumentative essay why? Because she just argues her point and not seeing it through how other people think of it, just her point of view. As I have stated in my introduction,
In a CBC Commentary, Rose Kemp speaks against what she terms as a backlash against children. Children are necessary for life itself is the thesis for the article “No Kidding?” by Rose Kemp. One could hardly argue that point since in the Middle Ages, Christians thought celibacy a virtue but if everyone practiced celibacy there would be no society at all. The nineteenth century Shaker sect disappeared for this reason. In this article, Kemp aims to discredit an organization called No Kidding.
From here in 1984 the law allowed couples to petition for a divorce after one year of marriage instead of three, meaning that couples no longer had to endure an empty shell marriage over a long period of time. These main laws made it easier for couples to divorce so nothing was holding them back from divorcing making it less lengthy to divorce a partner because of the new laws removing some lengthy processes e.g. proving fault. Another reason for high divorce rates in the contemporary UK is family changes. Functionalists like Fletcher believed that divorce was rising because people were raising their expectations in marriage, this suggests that higher divorce rates means higher value of marriage.
According to National Academy of Social Insurance “social security faces a financial challenge from the impending retirement of the largest generation in American history, the 76 million persons born in the “baby boom” years, from 1946 through 1964. Boomers began to reach age 62 in 2008”. I believe that the aging of the population will place a strain on social welfare systems, and generations later will have to pay for the debt because more people are retiring than
Reviewing this article helped me understand when abortion should be an option. No women should have to give birth to a child from the man that sexually abused her. In the book, pro-life and pro-choice opinions are heard and help predict the future with abortion. The opinions did not change my views on abortion but informed me of what it might do in the future. The newspaper article is about a bill that will imprison anyone who kills a fetus that has a heartbeat.
Stubbornly, trying to help out and give power to monarch, he had replace the ministry sooooo fast! .he’s immature and unsure of himself. He selected a prime minister, George Grenville, Grenville believed that the colonies should be more tightly administered. Grenville then found a money problem. He found out that england’s debt has doubled in 10 years.
Amphibians are prone to changing sexes in an unbalanced environment. (literatureandgenetics.org). I kind of like the idea of in-vitro and choosing the sex. soon all countries will have to have a limit on how many children a couple should have and to in sure balance it should be to and in-vitro should be used to insure balance one boy one girl. But I do not see this as a law soon, I think that with the sex abortions and choosing the sex of a child is messing with the balance of the natural order or Mother Nature as some would say.
The imminent impact on Social Security was predicted decades ago, and it’s coming true in front of our eyes. The imbalance of older and younger is shaping into a generation civil war. By 2025 there will be twice as many grandparents as young children. What will we do about this? I suggest that euthanasia will be the next step.