Contraception is a right.
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Since you failed to prove your case, I win.
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Vote Placed by Leugen9001 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: In round 2, Pro made the argument that contraception is a right because people should be able to choose if a baby grows in their bodies. This was a good start for a point and would have made a great constructive case if it were elaborated on further. Con didn't refute Pro's point, instead saying that Pro didn't have anything to prove contraception to be a right. Con also uses appeals to religion, which, as Pro has argued, doesn't apply to this debate because rights apply to everyone, not just the religious; Con has not demonstrated why religion should be used as a basis for moral judgment. As such, Pro has made a case that, although weak and unelaborated-on, was nevertheless improperly contested.
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