Argumentative Essay: Pro Abortion

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“Pro Abortion” Imagine going to jail right after getting an abortion. Imagine the government being able to tell women what they can and cannot do with their own body. Did you know it is illegal to get an abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy in 41 states? 1.21 million abortions happen each year. Of course, some may say that abortion is a sin, crime, or even murder, but does that mean the government should set restrictions on what women can do with their own body? Women are in control of their own bodies so the U.S. government should not put restrictions on abortion or make abortion illegal. Even if having a baby is a danger to the body of the mother, abortion is not an option. After the viability point abortion is illegal. The viability point is the baby’s ability to survive outside of the …show more content…

The fertilized eggs that they do not used are thrown away. In this case, if abortion is considered murder then why isn’t the disposal of fertilized eggs considered in the same argument? Fertilized are the same as an embryo but the only difference is that the fertilized eggs are frozen and stored away. Fertilized eggs used for vitro fertilization are donated fertilized eggs from other people. Throwing the fertilized eggs away if they are not used should be illegal and a crime since it belongs to someone else. Abortion is a very safe medical procedure and the risks of complications is less than 0.5%. When the procedure is done, it does not affect if the woman can get pregnant in the future or have babies. By taking away the right of abortion, it is taking away important rights. Taxpayer dollars are for poor women so they can have the same medical services as women who are rich. One of the medical services it provides is the ability to get an abortion. How can the government give money towards war efforts but not towards abortion? They can give funds for violence but not for

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that it is illegal to get an abortion after 24 weeks of pregnancy in 41 states.
  • Explains that abortion is illegal after the viability point, which is the baby's ability to survive outside of the womb.
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