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"Fatherhood ought to be emphasized as much as motherhood. The idea that women are solely responsible for deciding whether or not to have babies leads on to the idea that they are also responsible for bringing the children up" - Discuss.

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IELTS Writing Task 2 - Argumentative Writing "Fatherhood ought to be emphasized as much as motherhood. The idea that women are solely responsible for deciding whether or not to have babies leads on to the idea that they are also responsible for bringing the children up." To what extent do you agree or disagree? Children are originated through the sexual intercourse of their parents. It is obvious that the sexual interaction has to be mutually approved, and thus, parents of the children - father and mother, are accountable for the growth of their children. Although there are a lot of disputes when this topic arises, many consider that both parents are responsible for looking after as well as taking care their son or daughter and I am not alone with this opinion. ...read more.

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From the above progress, it simply implicates that both man and women are accountable for the sexual intercourse that leads on to the biological product - child. Subsequently, they have the responsibilities to take care of the growth of their children instead of just the father or mother is going to bear all the tasks exclusively. Apart from the previous factor, there is another significant reason for mutual responsibility. The modernization of female roles in the society exerts great influences on their responsibilities. Traditionally, women have to stay at home, accomplish the housework and their husbands' demands. Yet, life is changing. The amendment of increasing female workforce in the previous decades shows that the ignorance ideas are evolving into a new concept that is "Equality." ...read more.

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According to the biological perspectives, it is essential to encompass the male sperm and the female egg in order to give birth. In the advent of the above theory, it is rational to conclude that woman is not the only person to decide having a baby or not, which means that shared values among the couples are necessary. Consequently, the idea of sole responsibility is hard to survive whereas mutual accountability sounds more realistic. In conclusion, fatherhood and motherhood are both important to the children. In the advent of the recommended reasons, both parents are responsible for their children's growth. What is more, none of them should escape from the actual facts. In contrast, suitable amount of mutual respects and cares should be placed towards their family including their partner and children. IELTS Practice Ken, Van Der Lely ...read more.

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