Birth Control

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Birth Control
People are using the internet for everything these past couple of years, which is leading to false statements and statistics being posted onto the internet. In Katy Hall’s article, “5 Awful Anti-Birth Control Debate arguments,” she uses false statistics and false analogy. She argues that it causes older men to take advantage of younger girls, it allows people to have sex for fun, it causes abortions, it’s basically already free, and lastly that it is like Pearl Harbor (Hall, Katy). However, she is guilty of begging the question because she does not tell us where she got the information and statistics. All of Katy’s arguments have unrealistic statistics that are not true and false information given to us. Birth control can be pricey for some women, therefore free or hardly any money for birth control can significantly change, and help the lives of many girls. It is safe to sell birth control pills without a prescription or doctors visit. In the article “5 Awful Anti-Birth Control Debate Arguments”, Katy talks about 5 different ideas. Katy’s first reasoning is that birth control causes older men to take advantage of young girls. She says they take advantage of young girls because over the counter pills encourage men to prey upon younger girls and dictate there contraceptive choice (Hall, Katy). Older men will not know you are currently using birth control unless the user or friend chooses to inform the older men. Katy’s second reasoning is that it allows people to have sex for fun. She continues to say that it allows people to have sex for fun because birth control encourages sex for reasons other than procreations, which is “not okay.” She continues to say that it is not okay because it’s a license to do things in the sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be. They’re supposed to be within marriage, and they are supposed to be for purposes that are conjugal (Hall, Katy). I read an article during this past summer, and remember...
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