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Birth Control and Abortions

Written by Eric on February 10, 2012.

If you are in the Catholic church birth control and abortions are both no no’s, never mind that one leads to the other. The point is in God’s eyes you should not have sex until your are married, unless you are a nun or a priest in which case you are expected to fight your body’s natural urges and occasionally unload in your bed while you sleep. How hard do you have to pray to stop wet dreams?

Low income teenagers who lack both the proper education and rich enough parents to send them to a Catholic school may see things a little differently. This being the case, how do we instill abstinence into teenagers without a nun to slap down those boners with a ruler? Well, you can take away any access to birth control, that will teach them a lesson they’ll never forget, at least for the next 18 years as the state relentlessly chases down the father for child support.

3% of what Planned Parenthood deals with is abortions. Leaving over 90% preventative care, that includes birth control, cancer screenings and overall healthcare for low income men and women. Giving a woman the right to choose what she does with her own body is condemned by the Catholic church, if they could just think for themselves then men wouldn’t have to tell them how to deal with a baby after getting them pregnant.

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