Fatherlessness also resulted in significantly higher abortion rates than those women who were raised by both mother and father.
The increase of the likelihood of teen pregnancy and early sexual activity was not the only outcome of fatherlessness. Fatherlessness also resulted in significantly higher abortion rates than those women who were raised by both mother and father. MARRI shows that among women between the ages of 15-44 who have ever had one or more abortions, 53.3% of them were raised in a broken family, as opposed to two biological or adoptive parents from birth. There is substantial evidence from MARRI that show how women who were raised in a household that included their fathers were less likely to have an abortion in their lifetimes. In a sample set of women who lived with their biological mothers and stepfathers at the age of 14, 36% of them had abortions. On the other hand, only 15.5% of women who lived with their biological mother and father had abortion.
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