Birth Control is Immoral
Debate Rounds (3)
birth control: the practice of preventing unwanted pregnancies
Source: google definitions
immoral: not morally good or right, unethical
There are many different types/forms/methods of birth control, however in this debate we will be focusing mainly on the morning after pill, condoms, and/or daily pills, as these are the most common and well known methods. For the sake of this debate, abstinence will not be considered a "birth control".
Rules for Instigator (me)
Round One: Rules and Introduction
Round Two: Arguments
Round Three: Rebuttals
Rules for Contender (opponent)
Round One: Argument
Round Two: Rebuttals
Round Three: write "no argument as agreed upon"
Failure to follow these rules will result in a 7 point deduction.
Mgoodwin1631 forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by Zarroette 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: According to Con's rules, both debaters should lose 7 points, lol. Anyway, Pro accepted the debate, and then forfeited. At least the concession was respectful, but it's still a concession.
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