The arts, whether through words, film, melody or watercolor, have always reflected the society that created them. Within these renditions, the role of the women holds a great importance. ... Of course, others abandon their child not because of any ethical dilemma but because they are without any sense of responsibility whatsoever. Many of these tragic circumstances can be prevented or overcome through establishing orphanages, increasing the availability of firehouses where the child can be dropped off, and by having more strict laws against the abandonment of an infant. Orphanages would help a great deal in decreasing the numbers of abandoned children. Imagine a place where a distraught Today's Choices Forges Tomorrows Future
Today s Social Choices Forges Tomorrow s Future Abandoning or discarding newborns, racial diversity, and the AIDS virus are, I believe, are three major social issues that we need to ... parent could turn their child over to people whom they knew would care for it. Moreover, think of the considerable attractiveness of turning one s child over with no questions asked or moral judgments passed. Orphanages on the other hand can present problems. It is hard for a healthy child to be raised in what so often can feel more like a warehouse than a real family.