The number is high however, you do have to keep in mind that the yearly rate of live birth is way higher than the yearly rate of abortion. That means more women give birth than abort.<quoted text>
But no one could hsve forseen 50 mklliln especially when the pill came along..I gbought PP wss foing thd world a service by promoting birth control..
You also have to keep in mind that PP's aren't located everywhere and even then so, you can promote all the birth control you want but you can't force anyone to use it.
Another thing to keep in mind is that not every PP performs abortion. Considering that abortion is not paid for by government funds, as it's prohibited to use government funds for abortions, all of their government funding goes to everything else. And like I said before, you cannot force people to utilize birth control.<quoted text>
But sadly I do not anymore. IMHO..once something becones a big business..thers is no incentive for them to cut down on its revenue.. I suggested that they use some of their government money to supply their abortion clients with birth control ..shots .or pilks for a year say and classes too.
I really don't think women *want* to have an abortion however, you can't force them to use birth control nor can you stop them from having a repeat abortion. I don't know what the solution is to all that is but it does seem that education is working slowly, but surely, as the abortion rate is decreasing. I think a lot of that has to do with comprehensive sex education, the availability of MAP and the fact that some pharmacies are offering some prescription contraceptives at an affordable price.<quoted text>
If one abortion is hard on the body..two would be worse etc..these would be the type of things aimed at the very women who need them..
There are so many ways to cut down the NEED for so many abortions..but it is not something the pols are interested in as far as I can see.