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    Desdemona

    1.3.208-218

    My noble father,

    I do perceive here a divided duty:

    To you I am bound for life and education;

    My life and education both do learn me

    How to respect you; you are the lord of duty;

    I am

    Othello Close Reading

    Desdemona 1.3.208-218 My noble father, I do perceive here a divided duty: To you I am bound for life and education; My life and education both do learn me How to respect you; you are the lord of duty; I am hitherto your daughter: but...

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    Hi Adelle! While reading your article, I found your opinions to be very interesting and compelling. I was raised Catholic and have gone to Catholic school since I was five, so I have felt many of the feelings and experiences that you’ve gone through in your life. Although my faith is strong right now, there have definitely been times where I’ve…Read More

  • Hi Ceceli! I love the research that you’re doing, it’s very important to find the misconceptions about Planned Parenthood and educate those that have certain misconceptions. It’s hard to have a conversation when uneducated parties try to make points that aren’t even relevant or true. I think it’s pretty cool that our classmates knew so much about…Read More

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    Over the past few months in the United States, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has worked vigorously to publish a permitting rule that lets almost any employer or university to deny any

    The Power of Choice

    Over the past few months in the United States, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has worked vigorously to publish a permitting rule that lets almost any employer or university to deny any contraceptive coverage for either students...

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    After the monumental Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade in 1973 granting women access to abortions constitutionally, there has been a steady controversy surrounding this topic. For decades it has stayed in politics

    Women's Reproductive Rights

    After the monumental Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade in 1973 granting women access to abortions constitutionally, there has been a steady controversy surrounding this topic. For decades it has stayed in politics and has been debated. For those...

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    • Ronnie,
      I liked how you provided detail from both points of view on this subject matter. It is a very hard subject to talk about. There are pros and cons from each side. I believe everyone matters so abortion shouldn’t be an option. Yet I also feel for the females that are pregnant and aren’t ready to have a child. This is where adoption plays a role. People will have different views depending upon how and where they were raised.

    • Ronnie,
      As a woman, the current state of this controversy is very concerning to me because I fear that one day the right to choose may be lost entirely. My belief is that it is a woman’s right to choose whether or not she wants to start a family and she should be in control of her body. It is puzzling to me how a group of people, especially when men are involved, can choose to march to take away women’s rights and resist the movement. People argue that some women abuse their right to choose but how could you take that right away from all women because of those few? Do you personally think abortion will be deemed illegal in the future?

    • Ronnie,
      this is a super important topic especially now that both POTUS, congress, and possibly the supreme court under conservative control. Since we live in a republican state our reproductive rights are already hanging on a thread and I’m worried that under the new adminstration that we could loose them totally. luckily there are lots of people who are trying their best to prevent that from happening. With so much happening and the tide constantly changing its hard to say optimistic and involved with this issue. I’m glad to see that you have taken a special interest in researching this topic and spreading information about it. Thanks!

    • Ronnie,

      Hmm, very interesting take on this. I loved all the detail you used and the way that you showed both sides of the issue without showing bias. It opened up more about the side of pro choice which I thought was great because that is where I personally stand. I hope you continue your research on this topic because it needs to be talked about more from this perspective. To help you out, I found this great link that gives information on the pro choice movement. Good luck! https://prochoice.org/

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