Britain makes abortion adverts legal
According to TheDailyMail.co.uk, British Government is so much concerned about the teenage pregnancy soar in the country they decided tochange their politics and let abortion clinics advertise on TV and radio, as well as allow condom manufacturers to broadcast ads at any time of the day or night, meaning prime time will be all right.
The problem is that the Government strategy on teenage pregnancy, based on condoms, the morning-after pill and abortion, has failed. Allowing the advertising of abortion services is not dealing with the real problem. This is the approach of having the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff to deal with the casualties,” Dr Peter Saunders, of the Christian Medical Fellowship, said. “The whole approach from Government and officialdom creates an atmosphere where it is seen as acceptable for teenagers to indulge in recreational sex without regard to the very serious consequences in terms of physical and emotional health.”
It is a step forward for sexual health services to be able to advertise and clearly state what they do. It can be very confusing for a woman if she doesn’t know which organisation will refer her for an abortion,” proponents of the provision say.
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According to the 2008 stats, pregnancies among British girls under the age of 16 have reached their highest level in a decade.
As to the US, teenage birth rate has been getting high again since 2007 after certain decline in the early 2000s, teenage abortion rate is high as well.
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