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Stephanie

Gads no! I think you didn't go far enough! I have ideas but they aren't full formed. Why stop at just the men? Women who are anti-choice should have to participate in some manner. Maybe they should go somewhere women are treated worse than they are here and try to educate them about birth control and "just say no" only to be beaten by the men for interfering in the lives of their "property." (I kid you not, this was a discussion in one of my geography classes. One woman thought the entire issue in poor countries could be solved through education *to the women*. No grasp whatsoever on the entire cultural, socioeconomic and political turmoil these women live in. She believed that there was choice involved but refused to engage in constructive dialogue about whose choice. I wanted to rip my eyes out!)

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