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Man you are just as coherent as lool...
He said that churches exist so people can generate income through donations that just went into other peoples pockets. I was saying that the bible is not made solely for profit, as more than 95% of its sales are donated to charities etc.
By encouraging young people to have sex at an early age we expose them to a myriad of potential risks. Contraception is not always effective, and can result in unwanted pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
Legalising the prescription of contraception will not prevent the problem of teenage pregnancy. This is not due to a lack of prescribed contraception, but to other factors such as inadequate sex education, a lower age of sexual maturity, etc. Young girls are far more likely to use condoms than birth control especially when these girls are under the age of 16.
The issue of the health of the girl must also be considered. We are yet unsure of the potential harmful effects of the birth control pill in women. Is it not irresponsible to prescribe this to young girls who are still experiencing puberty before we are fully aware of the dangers?
Second chance? I don't remember a second chance and as far as I'm concerned you are just taking away people that could actually know more on the topic at hand than you do. I do not doubt, I know, that you are way above me in the experience and knowledge of stuff that a 19 year old couldn't possibly know. But I know that there are some topics that I have a ton of knowledge on, but if you are going to ban me from your debates go for it there are quite a few others and I don't mind I just find it a little strange I haven't down voted anybody since the debate, its not worth it anymore.
what if you are taking away an extremely good point? You are taking away an opinion that hasn't had a chance. If someone gets nasty with you during a debate by all means ban them but I do not see the point in doing so before hand. As the debate creator you should give everyone a chance, at least a chance in every debate to prove themselves a good debater. Who knows maybe what your debate is on that person wrote on for his phd you could be taking away an opinion changing post!
I strongly say that they should not. I find it very stupid. To ban someone who is 'off subject' or 'bad mouthing' is perfectly acceptable but to take away what could be the top scoring debate post is just wrong. Everyone should be entitled to their own opinion on the site and if they cannot post their opinion what is the point?