Friday, December 3, 2010
Control of reproductive function of women
There have been many arguments about women right to control their bodies and in respect of their reproductive functions. Women reproductive health has been the subject of much discussion for some time now.
Do women have rights to control their reproductive functions?
Women reproductive health has been the subject of much discussion for some time now. There have been many arguments about women right to control their bodies and in respect of their reproductive functions.
For the more conservative society, a woman reproductive health should not be a matter of controlling the woman herself by any other person. According to the fundamentalists? Perspective, the reproductive function of a woman is a natural phenomenon which must not be hindered by anyone.
However, this view has been vigorously challenged by the more liberal sectors of society that a person has the right to control her own body and if she does not want to have children, society should respect its decision.
What do women say about that?
The views of women worldwide varies when it comes to reproductive health. Some tend to take the side of conservative sector, and some are more liberal. For the more liberal women, take a position on women reproductive health issue could be very emotional. There is no denying that most women will need to give as much time they have kids. In some cases, women must give up their dreams and their careers especially when their children would need extra care and attention as in the case of special children.
In most developing countries, issues concerning women reproductive health to take a broader dimension because of poverty. Poverty in developing countries has the face of a woman attached to it. Women bear the brunt of economic hardships that women issues reproductive Health takes a more economic, social and political. Women reproductive health in these regions, not only to have children and have diseases related to women reproductive organs.