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Abortion

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Abortion is defined as the termination of a pregnancy before the fetus is capable of independent life. Abortions must be conducted before the end of six months or the fetus will leave the womb and it would be considered premature birth. If the fetus weighs less than 18 ounces or is less than 20 weeks into pregnancy, it is usually considered an abortion. There are two types of abortions. One is spontaneous and the other is induced. Spontaneous abortions are known y another name, miscarriages.

The second form of abortion is an induced abortion. This is the deliberate termination of the fetus.Many have pondered upon the meaning of abortion. The argument because every child born should be wanted, and others who believe that every child conceived should be born. This has been a controversial topic for years. Many people want to be able to decide the destiny of others.

Everyone in the United States is covered under the United States Constitution, and under the 14th Amendment, women have been given the choice of abortion. Roe vs. Wade legalized abortion. Although these people have been given the right, the case is not closed. Pro-life activists carry a strong argument, and continue to push their beliefs. They feel intensely strong about these beliefs that violence has broken out in some known instances.

Pro-choice activists; on the other hand, also carry very strong points. They believe that the child inside the mother is her property and its life does not begin until birth. Although many believe that abortion is a woman's choice, abortion should be banned because it is immoral and life begins at conception.Abortion is the choice of a woman in whether or not she wants to receive one. The right to choose to have an abortion is personal and essential to a woman's life. The state can not interfere in the private lives of a citizen. With the right to choose abortion, women are able to enjoy, like men, the rights to fully use the powers of their minds and bodies.

A man can withdraw from a relationship as soon as he finds out about pregnancy. There is no question of his involvement after that; he has made his choice. It is only fair to say that women should be given the same choice. If one does not want to hold the responsibilities of a child then she should be able to have the choice of abortion in her options. Because contraceptives fail, and because they are ...

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...e if they were not conceived.In summary, a woman's right to choose can justify abortion, but it should be banned because it is immoral and life begins at conception.

Women have been given the right to have an abortion under the United States Constitution, but the people that fight for the unborn child's rights are still protesting this right. Pro-life activists claim that it is immoral because it is simply defined as murder. Life begins a conception is another strong point brought up by pro-life activists. Before a child is born it is given all its necessities to survive. Notice the operative word is before.

Before birth, the child's heart beats, the gastric juices flow in the stomach, and all its necessary organs have been made present. This child thinks, dreams, and feels pain. Yes, some women may look at having an abortion to solve her problems, but in all, women are abandoning the abortion because it weakens their great strengths: creation, compassion, and the ability to look beneath the surface of the appearance of things. Maybe soon the abortion issue will reverse, and people will see the rights of the unborn as greater importance than that of a personal right or choice.

In this essay, the author

  • Defines abortion as the termination of a pregnancy before the fetus is capable of independent life. there are two types of abortions: spontaneous and induced.
  • Explains that the second form of abortion is an induced abortion, which is the deliberate termination of the fetus.
  • Explains that everyone in the united states is covered under the 14th amendment, and under roe vs. wade legalized abortion. pro-life activists carry a strong argument and continue to push their beliefs.
  • Argues that abortion should be banned because it is immoral and life begins at conception. the right to choose abortion is personal and essential to a woman's life.
  • Opines that men can withdraw from a relationship as soon as he finds out about pregnancy, and women should be given the same choice.
  • Opines that abortion is not only a woman's right, it is an immoral choice. a pre-born child is given the status of the product of pregnancy.
  • Opines that women have a right to their own body, but that idea ignores the unborn child's rights to his or her body. the embryo is its own being that should have its rights.
  • Opines that if one aborted an embryo, that human life would never be duplicated again. there is a better way to solve our problems than by killing children.
  • Explains that the individual sex cell consists of 23 chromosomes, but only through combination, they contain the full complement of heredity units that defines a human being.
  • Explains that the inherited characteristics of a unique human being have been established, and nothing else will ever be added until death.
  • Explains that the zygote is growing, developing, maturing, and replacing its own dying cells, it is alive. the single-celled fertilized ovum cannot by any stretch of the imagination be considered part of a woman's body.
  • Argues that abortion should be banned because it is immoral and life begins at conception.
  • Explains that women have the right to have an abortion under the united states constitution, but pro-life activists are still protesting this right.
  • Opines that women are abandoning abortion because it weakens their great strengths: creation, compassion, and the ability to look beneath the surface of things.
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