Why is the government killing women?
As it turns out, the government has a habit of doing so.
A recent article by the Washington Post has a pretty clear definition of what it means to be a woman in the U.S.
A: “The term woman refers to a person who is physically, emotionally, or mentally capable of being a mother, wife, wife-beater, or partner in a sexual relationship, regardless of gender, race, religion, ethnicity, age, marital status, or disability.”
The definition is so broad that it includes any woman, regardless if she has children or not.
The article explains:As you can see from the title, the definition of a woman is a woman.
It does not matter if she is unmarried or married.
What matters is that she is physically and/or emotionally capable of having children, regardless whether she has ever had a child.
So why is the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) killing women in this country?
In this case, it is not simply a lack of funds or resources, but the fact that they are targeting the lives of women.
According to a report by the advocacy group, the Guttmacher Institute, the program cuts funding to support services for women, which is a direct result of the way the government views women.
In other words, they want to kill women because they think they are not capable of giving birth and they want the government to fund their abortions, even though the government knows women have a very low rate of having them.
As the Washington Free Beacon reports, the funding cut is just the latest in a long string of cuts that the government is making to women’s health care, even as they continue to cut funding to other vital programs.
According the report, women have lower rates of cancer and other illnesses, higher rates of divorce and depression, and lower rates than men of suicide and depression.
The report goes on to explain that “many women believe that the Government is deliberately misusing taxpayer money to fund abortions and contraception.”
“Government officials are taking their priorities seriously and have been targeting women,” the report says.
“They are prioritizing abortions over health care and other critical services.
This means women in the most vulnerable positions of poverty are the ones most likely to be targeted for abortions.”
The report goes into detail explaining how the program targets women in other areas of the country.
The article continues:One of the most alarming and important implications of these budget cuts is that women are at higher risk of poverty and violence, and their access to health care is also limited.
The government’s anti-choice rhetoric and tactics are designed to target women in specific populations, which are disproportionately women of color, women of low income, and people of color in poor and rural communities.
In other words: poor and working class women, women with disabilities, and women of colour.
The GuttMacher report explains:For the first time in modern history, women are less likely to have access to affordable birth control, health care for birth control and sexual health care.
In fact, as of October 1, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that women ages 20 to 44 who are uninsured or underinsured were three times more likely to receive the recommended dose of birth control for the first follow-up visit than women who are insured and have health insurance.
Additionally, the report notes, women in low-income communities have even fewer options for birth-control services.
As a result, women often have to use expensive birth control methods that are not available in more affluent communities.
The same pattern holds true for HIV care, as many women who can afford to use the FDA-approved form of the pill are unable to afford to purchase the FDA’s generic versions.
According this report, the U and the CDC report the following facts: “Between 2011 and 2017, the number of abortions declined by 24 percent, from 5,715 to 4,983.”
“In the same time frame, the rate of unintended pregnancies declined by 27 percent, down from 5 percent to 4 percent.”
“As a result of this decrease, the share of pregnancies in which an unintended pregnancy was the result of abortion decreased by 21 percent, to 4.3 percent.”
“As of October 2016, 1.4 million women had a contraceptive failure, and an additional 6.1 million women used other methods to prevent unintended pregnancies.”
“The number of women receiving an abortion declined by 25 percent from 10,082 in 2011 to 6,842 in 2017.”
“The number and rate of abortions in the United States have been declining since 1973.”
“Between 1973 and 2016, the abortion rate decreased by 4.6 percent.”
According to the report: “In 2016, women who had abortions had an average age of 44 years old, and about three-quarters of women in their 20s or 30s had a college degree.”
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