"Gender Watch" with the motivation to motivate themselves, influence the environment of the heart, you see the gender based on current affairs observation. Filipino women are cloaked in lust and looted body autonomy, and when laws clamp down on women's right to abortion, the fate of hundreds of thousands of women is also bundled.
Outside Manila church, illegal abortion herb trafficking is being carried out. Carved statues on the church wall--Jesus arms in the arms of the fetus, before the booth, the table lists neat beads, amulets. In a country that bans contraception, the most ironic and conflicting deals are happening silently in every day. In Manila, churches, fairs, hospitals and the guardian of the United Kingdom reported that the production of remnants of the Philippines, those born, not born, in the mother's pain peeling off the fetus.
Women who can't have abortions: the cycle of poverty
In the Catholic doctrine, advocating natural fertility, can not be forced to produce medical technology, nor to intervene in production. All contraceptives, condoms and intrauterine devices are unnatural. More than 80% per cent of the Catholic population in the Philippines figures thatmore than 65% of women do not use any contraceptive devices (condoms, contraceptives, intrauterine contraceptives), and in 2015 114 mothers died behind the figures for every 100,000 live births. (Recommended reading: Is the uterus of a woman a country?) Written after Trump signed the global abortion ban )
"A mother who chooses to have an abortion for the protection of her reputation will be sentenced to a minimum of 2 years, 4 months, 1 days, and a maximum of 6 years ' imprisonment." --Article No. 255 of the Philippine Penal Code
In addition to the prevalence of contraception, the Philippines faces women without a solid medical system to help them become a child's mother. Poverty is intertwined with cultural beliefs, and women have no choice in reproduction.
Women who chose not to have abortions became mothers when their children were in Taiwan at the age of the country. Philippine law strictly prohibits women from having abortions, and most pregnant schoolgirls choose to have their children born, but these girls end up as single mothers who raise their children on their own, and because they are unable to continue their studies because of their inability to go to school, causing a cycle of poverty.
2015, the Philippines, the United States and Europe to buy spring group in this country left one after another posthumous, they have not been born, doomed to have no father. The northern Philippines Angel City is the largest red light district, for decades, tens of thousands of mixed-blood children were born, sex tourists only to this visit, not contraception Filipino women, raising one after another child, in order to make more money continue to prostitute.
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Every year, 610,000 people in the Philippines have abortions
Nearly 610,000 people have abortions each year in the Philippines. The law forbids that many women who do not have the ability to raise children can only choose to look around for folk remedies, the state expressly prohibits contraceptives, the old Xiacheng the circulation of an unknown source of abortion drugs, women eat, with a daily pressure to beat their stomachs in order to facilitate abortion. Or, there are more primitive, brutal abortions that insert hot-burning barbecue rods into the uterus, so that at least three Filipino women die each day from their own abortions.
Girls without financial resources or even cultural capital do not have a safe procedure for abortion, where all young children are unable to learn about contraception from the education system or from their families, or even to talk about sex education. If a young girl yells that she wants to have an abortion, his friends and family will tell her, as an unofficial story, that there must be no abortion, side effects and consequences you can't imagine.
The Guardian reported an interview with a nurse in the hospital asking her how old was she when she met her youngest mother? She replied: "12 years old, but she is a sexually abused victim." The reporter went on to ask: "Can the hospital help her to have an abortion?" (Recommended reading: Do you have a child who is sexually abused?) Black Monday of the Polish abortion Law renewed )
The nurse replied: "No, this is not an option in the hospital." 」
It's a shame to talk about sex, but I still have to be.
Women in the film said: "In the Philippines, to be a woman is very difficult, you do not have sexual rights, there is no reproductive decision." "It's a shame that women talk about sex, but they still have to do it or be done." 」。 A 11-Year-old girl said: "In my belly bulge sixth months ago, I do not know, what is pregnant." (Recommended reading: Paraguay 10-year-old girl raped pregnancy: abortion law, should not pass?) )
In this country, women do not have the right to choose, not to empower women, there is a resistance to the traditional system of power. As a result, women face these miscarriages alone:
"I use one pill every hour to thrash my stomach." 」
"I felt a wet thing streaming down, like chocolate, shaped like a ... Fetal. 」
"I feel pain and pain in my whole body. 」
If you had 12 children, would you still be able to practice your life? The problem is the real life of many Filipino women. The reproductive ethos not only leads to the life of a woman, but to the countless future daughters, the growing girls, whether they have the right to change their destiny.
Watching the film girl holding the child, compared to mother and son, two people more like brother and sister. His life was about to begin, and her possibilities were over. (Recommended reading:"I am eight years old, I have a child" the Sad Song of child marriage Little Bride )
Reproductive health law: Women's independent abortion in the foreseeable future
The Philippines had briefly passed the Reproductive Health Act in 2012, and the Reproductive Health Act allowed all public and private clinics in the Philippines to distribute condoms and contraceptives free of charge to the population and to conduct sex education in schools. In 2013, the opposition was high, the Philippine Supreme Court 19th by 10 votes in favour of 5 votes against, decided to accept the opposition submitted 10 petitions, ordered the suspension of the implementation of the Reproductive Health Act.
Marevic Parcon, a global association of Women's reproductive rights, has long been promoting the reproductive Health Act in the Philippines, and the test is even more severe after the resumption of the Mexican policy in Sichuan, where the global Women's Reproductive Rights Association is funded by the United States, and more money is restricted in developing countries ' feminist organizations, The cost of health care and facilities needed to promote women's right to abortion. (Recommended reading:"View of the news" Chuan Pu restart the global abortion ban, 20 million women to accept unsafe abortion surgery )
The Philippines is the only country in the Asia-Pacific region where teenage pregnancies have continued to rise over the past 20 years. In January this year, Philippine President Duttelt proposed contraceptive measures, requiring government departments to provide contraceptives to some 6 million women in the country free of charge, in order to reduce the rate of unwanted pregnancies and to reduce poverty rates. It was also hoped that by 2018, 2 million women in poverty would have access to contraceptives. The decree, which led to protests by religious groups, reported that opposition from the civil religion had made it harder for women to be liberated until 2020, when condoms were the only legally available contraceptive device.
Women's right to abortion, in the Philippines may be a distant road, before this, they have a lot of road to go: a blank campus sex education, confidently use condoms, frankly understand their passions. The man in the Philippines is not? Their culture believes that when you use condoms, you are not a real man.
The global Women's Reproductive Rights association continues to use the few remaining funds to distribute oral contraceptives in the Philippines [note 1], to inject women with contraceptives [note 2], and to implant contraceptives under the arm under the skin [note 3]⋯⋯. Efforts to reduce the number of deaths through unsafe abortions, even if only to mend their way, Marevic Parcon, a member of the organization, said: "I hope that women in the Philippines can say" abortion "without a sense of shame. Two words. 」