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make a stand in your country to end this ferocity. And maybe the first step should be to talk to your kids about sex education Abortion (To Asian Businessmen) Topic: Abortion in China Specific Purpose: To show the audience how abortion should not be accepted in China. Thesis Statement:  Abortion is unethical and should not be acceptable in our society today. I. Introduction A. Attention Material (focus attention on problem):  Chinese abortion rates are out of control, reporting 13 million abortions to every 20 million births. B. Thesis:  Abortion is unethical and should not be acceptable in our society today. C.  Preview: But today I’d like to explain to you how we could dramatically cut down on these rates by increasing China’s sex education, how we could balance the number of males to females again, and the harms of forced abortion. (To Start Off) A. Sex Education 1. Young single women are most likely to have abortions in a country where there are 20 million births each year. And most of these abortions occur in single 20-29 year olds.” a. The reason, China concludes, is the lack of sex-education 2. “Sex education needs to be strengthened, with universities and our society giving more guidance." a. So why not educate them? b. The number of abortions would radically decrease. 3.  “Despite the one-child policy, millions of Chinese citizens don’t know how to have sex without getting pregnant.” a. Stop the pregnancy before it happens. (Next question to entertain…) B. Sex ratios are highly imbalanced 1.The number of males double the number of females in parts of China today a.  The steady rise in the sex difference ratios mirrors the increasing availability of ultrasonography over time             a. Even the poorest people can receive a sex assumption. 2.  The one-child policy has a huge effect also. a. There will be no one to carry on the family name b. They give them three chances to have a boy. 3. If we did away with abortion, then males would not out number females in the future. (Another Topic) C. Forced abortion problems 1.  “Forced abortion is not a choice. It is official government rape.”
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2.  Chinese woman died during forced abortion. a. She was six months pregnant. b. Caused a worldwide debate of: Overpopulation or death of innocent women? 3. It causes many complications for women later in life. 4. He, “counted 41 occupied beds on just one floor of the maternity hospital in Baise and that he believed none of the women he saw had come to the hospital of their own free will.” (To conclude) D.  China’s laws bind their citizen’s hands when it comes to pregnancies. 1. ( Recap 3 main points) 2.  I hope you now understand the importance of putting an end to this violence.
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