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Spain authorises free teenage abortion

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There is an obsession nested in a certain part of the DNA of the ultra-left to create a framework of confusion and debauchery with the sexuality of human beings. We are already adults and we can see it, I am concerned about the adolescent in his physical, moral, ethical, ideological formation, in his maturity and in the notions of knowledge.

In Spain, the Council of Ministers has given the green light to the draft reform of Organic Law 2/2010 on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Termination of Pregnancy to introduce a series of controversial changes.

Two of them are particularly sensitive: the approval of abortion for adolescents, from the age of 16 without the consent of the respective parents or guardians and without even waiting for the three days of reflection; and the interruption of pregnancy up to 14 weeks.

The reaction of the opposition parties has come down like a cold waterfall full of criticism, the most accurate perhaps being the reflection of Alberto Núñez Feijóo, leader of the Partido Popular, who has reminded us that it is possible to drink alcohol from the age of 18, but to have an abortion from the age of 16 and without the family's permission.

For the ultra-left of Unidas Podemos, this means defending women's rights. In their arbitrary conception they want, through their policies, to transform the current reality for the worse, from their position of everyone, sexual empowerment is provoking a series of distortions in the youngest kids to such an extent that right now there are teenagers who do not know if they want to be men or women and there are even cases of teenagers who changed their sex and their name and who years later regretted it.

There is a dangerous, flattering, libertine and light fashion in the sexuality of adolescents who, in this process of personal identification and of creating identity, buy into these ideas and new conceptions, which are fundamentally manipulated by the ultra-left.

To drive a car you have to be 18 years old, to get a tattoo as a minor you need your family's permission and even to vote you have to be of legal age. That a young girl can go to a hospital to have an abortion when she is 16 years old is a grave irresponsibility, especially because it does not even require a consensus, discussion with her parents (either one or both or the guardians) or even listening to the advice or guidance of an adult close to her.

There is only the tunnel of desperation, fear, uncertainty and getting rid as quickly as possible of the irresponsibility of having sex so young and unprotected; or maybe it was a drunken night or a rush of passion and there was no control or protection.

What are the risks of having an abortion so young?, What about the future psychological and moral damage?, How will the pubescent's decision impact on her adult life in the future? Maybe in ten years the consequences of what has just been approved in Spain will emerge. 

On the subject 

There is enormous promiscuity and adolescents are not exempt in their sexual discovery. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) have increased in Spain in recent years, this is part of public health.

For the Minister of Equality, Irene Podemos, I mean Irene Montero, it is necessary to make sex education compulsory at all educational stages.

In her opinion, it is more important to tell a child in the first year of primary school what a penis or a vagina is, because genital culture has to be taught to the little ones, than, for example, to make financial education or sustainable education compulsory at all educational stages.

Montero defends free, safe and not-payed abortion. What is not mentioned is the implementation of a parallel programme with psychological support for the process, firstly, of the decision to have an abortion, and secondly, for the months and years after the abortion.

The issue of abortion has never had a single criterion in society; it is one of those bombs that, when they fall, scatter hundreds of splinters and leave a trail of wounded and, above all, dead.

This reform, which is currently sparking debate in families and on television talk shows, could last as long as the coalition government between the PSOE and Unidas Podemos remains in power. If in 2024, President Sánchez fails to be re-elected and Núñez Feijóo ends up winning, this reform will surely have a setback.