Argumentative Essay On Abortion

analytical Essay
879 words
879 words

Abortion is a controversial source of considerable debate in our nation and across the world, where many people feel strongly one way or another. When we discuss abortions we must remember that it is the important decision for the mother as well as the partner involved. This decision is nor black and white, its’ a critical one for future mother and father. It is an important life-changing the decision, attached to internal ethical dilemmas. This controversial topic has two sides; one group believes that it is an immoral act of murder while others believe that should be up to the mother to decide the fate of the unborn child. The advocates on both sides will argue on either side of pro-life or pro-choice platforms. Both platforms determine a …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that abortion is a life-changing decision, attached to internal ethical dilemmas. it is an important decision for the mother as well as the partner involved.
  • Analyzes the monumental supreme court case of 1973 of roe vs. wade, a debate that brought the argument of abortion.
  • Explains that pro-choice can be viewed as an escape from the harsh reality that abortion is the murder of innocent lives.
  • Argues that pro-life stance is associated with a divine mandate defended by the beliefs of high power, religion and spirituality that can be traced from christian beliefs.
  • Argues that the morality is the biggest and strongest argument toward abortion. the pro-choice activist believes life begins at birth.
  • Narrates how they faced a life-changing decision in 2004, when they were engaged to their now husband and were expecting. their father was furious and wanted an abortion, while their mother disagreed.
  • Concludes that many theories agree and disagree on the controversial pro-life and prochoice platforms. both advocates claim to hold the righteous to save lives, to each they remain strong in their causes.

I had just gotten engaged to my now husband and a few months later we found out we were expecting. I was living at home with my parents and felt so much guilt that I had to share what I thought was wonderful news with my parents which in turn for the worst. My father was furious and wanted me to have an abortion and was ready to drive me to a local clinic. My mother, on the other hand, disagrees with this because of our religious beliefs but said nothing. As you can imagine I was at crossroads and knew in my heart what the right decision was but it was difficult that I didn’t have the support of both of my parents. In my heart and my fiancé, we felt that we decided to bring this child into our lives and didn’t matter what my father though. I’m proud to say we have a beautiful daughter who is our pride and joy and the light in our lives. Even though I have my own personal beliefs I will not impose those to anyone else and respect their wishes. A few years prior a college friend asked me to take her to a clinic and she had decided to have an abortion. Even though ethically I didn’t agree with her, but as a friend, I wanted to be there for her. There will be times in my life where my own ethical views will be

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