Topics: Birth control, Family planning, Marriage Pages: 4 (1497 words) Published: February 4, 2013
Reaction Paper to R.H Bill
The Reproductive Health Bill, is popularly known as the RH Bill, a Philippine bill that aims to guarantee methods and information for universal access on birth control and maternal care. It has become the center of a contentious national debate. At some point I don’t agree with the bill, it does inform the public regarding the pros and cons of unguarded sex but it also deprives the minds of the students with their innocence.  It stirs the students’ curiosity that pushes them to venture out in unguided sex.For example a 9-12 year old kid, playing outside with his friends or watching cartoons will divert due to his maturity level in unguided sex because of advance knowledge in sex education. It will make school age children engage in unguided sex.Parents should prioritize their children. They should guide them accordingly in their age and must keep an open relationship between both parents and child. On the other hand, though I am not in favor of the bill, it serves as a good purpose on married couples because it contributes more knowledge on distribution of family planning supplies for the whole country such as condoms, oral and implanted contraceptives. We all know that married couple has sexual needs and in that if they want a responsible intercourse, contraceptives and natural methods are the only barriers that will insure them in appropriate family planning.  Example is by the use of condom and the calendar method.The proponents of RH bill should consider the consequences of the said bill. They must perform further researches so that they are sure that it will help the youth and not to destroy them. What is the number one problem of the Philippines today? POVERTY. yes, a huge percent of our population is experiencing poverty, kids not going to school, people not eating 3 times a day, grumbling stomachs and people begging on the streets. One of the topmost reasons why we see this now is because of alot of Filipino Families today lack...
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