A top discussion in the world right now is about the rights of abortion and if it should be legal or not. Men are the ones getting to decide if it should stay legal or if they were going to ban it.
There are many debates and protests going on where men are angry that we are given the option to “kill an unborn baby.” The debate is that babies are not given a life to live, but there are many situations these people fail to understand. Many women face these issues alone and can not financially support the baby. But our bodies should not be in control by men, they should have a say in what we can do with our bodies.
Personally, women have always been a pon in a man’s chess game. We are seen as the obedient ones and should always take care and listen to the men. We were not put on earth to take care of men and wait on their wants and needs. We have fought for the rights of our own. Something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men.
Dear Kayla :
I agree with your post “Our Bodies are not a political discussion”, because i believe that men should not be the ones to decide weather or not abortion should be legal or not. They are not ones to decide since they don’t have to go through what women go through and they don’t understand the struggles that women go through. Women should decide what they want to do with their body and with their lives, not men.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “The debate is that babies are not given a life to live, but there are many situations these people fail to understand. Many women face these issues alone and can not financially support the baby.” I think this is something Men don’t understand. They don’t get that some women don’t have support or money to raise a child and some women just don’t want a kid which is okay. Women should decide what they think is best for them.
Thanks for your writing. I like that you talked about a topic that needs more awareness. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because i really liked that you wrote this topic.
dear Kayla I am 100 percent with you I agree with your thoughts in your post “our bodies are not political discussions” because this is a problem that has gone world wide others believe it’s a good thing to abort others belive that it isn’t a good idea. in my thoughts, I belive that women should do what feels right to them although women and men can also have different views or opinions I believe the mother should take full action with what they want .
one reason I believe that the mother should be in charge is that no matter how much the male is around the mother is going to be there way many more times since the beginning of pregnancy the mother is already attached to there babies. especially since the mothers are the ones that go through so many challenges and changes they should have the right to decide what they want for themself.
something that stands out to me is ” something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men” this stands out t me because men have no right to be talking about women’s needs women already go through so so the least a man can do is talk down on them they should learn how to value them and respect them more.
thank you so much for writing about this topic I believe this shouldn’t be something to end a conversation with but I believe this should be something to be more spoken of out.
Dear Kayla, I am impressed with your post “Our Bodies are Not Political Discussion” because its a topic that will still be going on and will continue to be talked about. Both women and men have different opinions about the topic of abortion but at the end of the day, the mother should be able to decide what she does with the baby.
One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is “We have fought for the rights of our own. Something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men.” I agree with this because every women has gone through tuff times and they should be able to decide on what they want to do. Men should not be able to decide for the women’s decision.
Thanks for writing, I look forward to seeing what you write next because I like how you seem so passionate on what your writing about.
Dear Kayla, This caught my attention because it is crazy to see people’s viewpoints and also very healthy too as well, so you can see both points of view and make your OWN decision. I am very interested in the topics you mention and interested in very contrversial subjects. When you talk about “our bodies should not be controlled by men,” it really caught my eye because i believe a lot of people see that way.
Your post was very interesting because even though its a vulnerable topic, it is also an important one. Everyone has different opinions but I think that it is up to the woman who is going through the situation to decide.
When you said ¨We have fought for the rights of our own. Something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men.¨ I agree with it because since back then women have always been seen as something below men when it reality, most men wouldn’t be able to survive without women starting with their mothers. Even then, that should be seen as the main point, it is up to the mom; if their mothers chose to have an abortion with them then they would probably see it so differently.
Thank you for posting this. I enjoyed reading it and also being able to add my two cents. I look forward to seeing more of your posts.
I am impressed by your post, “Our bodies are not a political discussion”, because it’s a topic that is and will continue to be talked about. Both women and men have different opinons on abortion but at the end of the day the decision will be made by the mother.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “We are seen as the obedient ones and should always take care and listen to the men.” The way that society views women has an affect on the way that others view them. It’s also caused by family vaules and their opinion on gender roles. Family and even society as a whole need to understand that aboritions should only be discussed by women. If people aren’t vaccinated because it’s their body their choice then it should also be the same way for women.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because these post allow people to express their opinion and interact with those who do or don’t agree with the same point of view.
I am very impressed by your post ” Our bodies are not a political discussion” because you are right, i feel like it should go both ways and if the girl doesn’t want the child then she could decide what she wants to do because she is the one thats going to be carrying it in her stomach for 9 months if she decides to keep the offspring.
One sentence you wrote that stood out to me is ” something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men” i agree with this because men shouldn’t be the only ones having a saying in this topic i feel like women should at least be given the right to decide as well that’s why we have equal rights.
Thank you for your writing. I look forward to seeing what your next subject is about because i like how you seem so passionate about what your talking about. I would like to hear more about these topics from you.
I am intrigued by your post, “Our bodies are not a political discussion,” because as a woman I understand the argument and have heard it many times. I fully agree with your statement that men definitely shouldn’t have a say in what we can do with our bodies.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is, “We were not put on earth to take care of men and wait on their wants and needs.” I think this is important because men do have this constant idea that we are here to serve them and to tender to their needs. I think that it’s an idea/stereotype that we should get rid of and teach men that women aren’t objects.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you write with passion and you can feel how important this subject is to you.
I liked how passionate you seem about the topic of abortion. I agree with you that most political debates are held by men. I have seen multiple times how men have entered this conversation and put in their strong opinions. “Something like abortion or birth control should not be a discussion made by men.” This quote stood out to me as I agree with you that women should be at the upfront of these decisions that would directly affect them.