Criticisms of Argentina. Why not provide free contraception?


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Why would Argentina not be providing free Contraception?

Is it possible that governments’ elected or campaigning officials exploit the abortion polls for the purpose of rabble rousing that dodges real issues like good health care systems and free contraception for men and women? When the rule of law that could prevent abortion as a form of birth control has no good judicial system to function within, does government’s men try to legislate women’s wombs? There is a lot of illegitimacy in the arguments that favour womb legislation. Challenge that illegitimacy.

Argentina’s current day government uses the figures of 350,000 to 450,000 illegal annual abortion as statistical evidence that the abortion issue needs to be revisited. That’s valid, of course. The numbers are even higher says some of the nation’s NGOs.

Argentina years ago criminalized induced abortion in an attempt to legislate wombs. Sure. Roll your eyes. That was a mistake. Government doesn’t need to legalize abortion it needs to stop legislating wombs. Doing so is draconian, misogynistic and absurd.

by Feminine Perspective Staff


Feminine-Perspective: Argentina has good doctors and the potential for a good health care system if government officials perform their functions. Leave the decision of induced abortion to health care professionals and their patients and get government out of women’s wombs. Argentina needs to advance health care to 2020 standards and start teaching people to live their lives as if they do not want to have children until they decide it is the right time for their family to have a child and that they can support that child fully. Men legislating women’s bodies has resulted in the deaths of 150 to 276 women per year in Argentina and has created countless near-death experiences for thousands of women. Read more stats from Argentina.


The Catholic Church and various other neocon groups always have plenty of opportunity to advise  their constituents on their extremist opinions about abortion, life skills and behaviour. Interfering with legislators and advancing the misogynistic cause of legislating women’s bodies has killed too many women  and babies. Reconsider your stance. By your own standards it is your groups who will go to hell if “Thou shall not kill” has any meaning.

The cost of providing a free intrauterine device in Argentina, offered to Argentina’s women at the expense of the people of Argentina, is a worthwhile consideration. The latest total fertility rate of 2.31 births per woman in Argentina come from 2015 research. That number should be at 2.1. There is no need to encourage the population to have more babies anywhere on Earth. Currently not all babies are being fed and they perish too often. That would be something worth criminalizing. The perpetrators of these crimes against humanity are government officials who do not perform their duties.

An intrauterine device (IUD), also known as intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD or ICD) or coil, is a small, often T-shaped birth control device that is inserted into a woman’s uterus to prevent pregnancy. IUDs are one form of long-acting reversible birth control (LARC). Feminine-Perspective strongly recommends you read Time Magazine’s article: The Best form of Birth Control is the one Nobody is using.

Dear friends in Argentina. Please consider the following.

  1. Induced Abortion is a decision of Doctor/Patient, not legislators.
  2. Induced Abortion used as birth control is frivolous murder.
  3. Law saying, “No Abortion” can kill both patients.
  4. All governments must provide health care.
  5. Government must provide contraception.
  6. Any Induced Abortion law is dangerous.
  7. Doctors save the lives they can save.
  8. No statutes on Abortion are needed.
  9. Trust Your Doctors and let them do their jobs.
  10. Read more… The Full Story on Reproductive Rights, Abortion and Contraception

Learn more about Reproductive Rights, Contraceptives, Abortion & Family Planning

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