Logos & Ethos

In my argument, my primary audience members are women, but my targeted audience is not limited to a certain demographic. The main goal of my argument is to persuade men, women, as well as the opposing audiences of the benefits provided by Planned Parenthood. I believe in women’s right to make choices regarding their health, yet some readers may challenge my view by insisting that giving women this amount of freedom is too much or unnecessary. Of course, many will probably disagree with my views on the grounds that women’s reproductive rights allow women to defy the opposition’s religious views on abortion, contraception, etc.

I believe in women’s right to make choices regarding their health, yet some readers may challenge my view by insisting that giving women this amount of freedom is too much or unnecessary. Of course, many will probably disagree with my views on the grounds that women’s reproductive rights allow women to defy the opposition’s religious views on abortion, contraception, etc. Although not all devout religious individuals or Republicans think alike, some of them will probably dispute my claim that women’s right to choose should always be separate from religion and politics.

Many feminists would probably object that politicians have no right to use religion as an excuse to deny women their right to make choices regarding their bodies. Proponents of pro-life are right to argue for their religious views. But they exaggerate when they claim that anyone who does not share their views are sinners or murderers. While it is true that if Planned Parenthood were completely defunded, there are various other health clinics that women can seek out, it does not necessarily follow that lower income men and women will be able to acquire some of their crucial healthcare needs. Although I grant that Planned Parenthood is currently successful, I still maintain that the government should continue to fund the organization because attacks on Planned Parenthood raises an important issue on women’s reproductive rights. abortioncaravan

http://www.gender-focus.com/2012/11/07/union-sisters-talk-reproductive-rights/

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