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January 22, 2008

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And my advice is to challenge our medical system for better methods and more choice in prenatal issues, methods of delivery and postpartum care.

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Yeah That's Right, but it's the women who has to take care of the child, but even Women had also their wish to have sex, Men doesn't force them to have sex.It's both ways.

Sharon Shields

As a reproductive rights advocate, my first speech about abortion was to my eighth grade english class. We taped our speeches in an effort to recognize our voice and strengthen our speaking and reading skills. That was probably in the year 1968. I was the eldest of nine children in a stepfamily of solid Catholic background. After the birth of my first child in 1989, at the age of 36 I was in the grips of the religious right, however, I have never been swayed in my conviction as to the privacy of my own body and how I choose to provide for myself and my reproductive choices in my health care.
We are still oppressed,to the point of criminalization and demonizing.
As Sarah Weddington so aptly gives us inspiration as we move forward, "Key personal decisions are not for the government to make."
Put YOUR oxygen mask on first,then tend to others, as a woman, teacher, wife, mother, sister or any caretaker.
And my advice is to challenge our medical system for better methods and more choice in prenatal issues, methods of delivery and postpartum care.

Kim Egan

Men had their choice when they had sex. They could have used protection and they choose not to. Why doesn't anyone ever put the men who are causing this situation?

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