In the UK, doctors can provide abortions for children under the age of sexual consent without telling their parents.
As a parent , do you think your teenage daughter who is under 16 years old is capable of deciding that all important decision for herself?
How can the law makers introduced such type of law ?Are they really saying that a 16 years old and below girl can decide for an abortion without consulting her parents? Can this be in the best interest of the child? What does the state gain by doing this way?
It seems like parents has no right to decide for their children’s welfare but they may have to pick up the sufferings and deal with the aftermath of the abortions.
Melissa Smith , a 14-year-old had an abortion which was kept secret from her mother .Had she told her mother , she would probably not go through that abortion.Now it is too late.
If your daughter decided to have an abortion , there is nothing you can do about it.The impersonal state placing the burden of decision on the child may harm the child for life.
She is still a child and incapable of understanding the complexities of life and the implications of such a drastic decision. Woe to any parents whose child decided to have an abortion .
It is like the state is encouraging the kids to be promiscuous,leading to girls and boys as young as 10 or 12 years old engaging in sex .
Treating abortions like a contraceptive methods where it can be dispense freely like giving out condoms.
They see sex a a recreational activities which has no consequences as the state will bail them out when they get pregnant.
It is no wonder that many of the young girls have 3 or 4 abortions a year and teenage abortions are soaring at a record to make UK the highest teenage pregnancy rate in Europe.
The state has taken the responsibility of raising healthy and responsible children from the parents. The state have an anti family agenda and every teenage girls who wants to have an abortion is granted without any questions asked.Even the doctors who wanted to consult with the parents were told to stop it.
Women may be at risk of mental health breakdowns if they have abortions, a medical royal college has warned. The Royal College of Psychiatrists says women should not be allowed to have an abortion until they are counselled on the possible risk to their mental health.
This overturns the consensus that has stood for decades that the risk to mental health of continuing with an unwanted pregnancy outweighs the risks of living with the possible regrets of having an abortion.
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