The idea of abortion relates with many complicating issues such as sex, morals, and choices, thus, it is important to explore these many issues based on a true story to fully understand the ethical considerations that surround abortion dilemmas from a teenager who have had abortion. The case involved in this paper is considered in a scope of unprotected sex, a lack of self-control, and religious value and emphasizing the reasonable aspects of abortion in a perspective of a teenager involved in abortion. The fact of the true issue of abortion is the outcome of the life of the mother and the unborn child if it had not been terminated. Case: A 19-year-old girl, who is a closed friend of mine, consulted me with a complaint of nausea and vomiting. She confessed she had been sexually active for several months and had not taken any precaution.
Teen safety then, is what would result from Prop. 85. The parents must be notified if their child wishes an abortion. 3) My approach to the moderate position comes mainly from Consequential, I believe the harm of teenagers will be reduced, also the parents will be able to provide their support and guidance while the teens might not be able to make the right decision, by notifying the parents when abortion is needed. 4) There are many people voted against the Prop 85 on 2006, they believe that teens have the rights to decide having abortion or not; also, some people stated that not every parents are supportive, some are even dangerous, telling parents of abortions might cause beating and injuries.
In fact, 61% support access to abortions under any circumstance. (Bernadi 949) The medical community supports minors that decide to terminate their fetus for moral reasons. The access teenagers have to go through with an abortion varies within the public. It may b... ... middle of paper ... ...on, And Adolescent Access To Abortion: An Overview For Social Workers." Journal Of Human Behavior In The Social Environment 22.8 (2012): 947-959.
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A proponent may be someone who believes that abortion should be used as a last resort or that there should be unrestricted access to women. An opponent may state that, under no circumstance should abortion be allowed, or that it will be accepted for cases of rape, incest, and when the woman’s life is at risk. The most common procedure is a surgical abortion, this involves the use of a suction device to remove the contents from the pregnancy. The second most common procedure is a medical abortion. Sometime during the 7th-9th weeks of pregnancy is when this pill is given.
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Abortion is a sensitive topic because there are many individuals who believe that abortion is murder. On the other hand, there are others that believe that it is up to the mom to make the decision regarding the fetus, whether it is death or the continuation of life. The controversy surrounding this topic is vast, that it has even been taken to Congress, in hopes of making it illegal to receive/perform abortions. When a pregnant minor is thrown in the scenario, the arguments intensify. This paper will delve into the topic of whether minors should be required to receive parental consent for abortions.
The case was ruled 7-2 that a right to privacy under the due process clause of the 14th amendment extended to a woman’s decision to have an abortion, but that right must be balanced against the states two legitimate interests in regulating abortion. The court rejected Roe’s outlook and started a national debate that whether or not or to what extent abortion should be legal to (Randolph). Roe argues that the person holding the baby has a right to have an abortion until viability. Which, I would have to agree with, because it should ultimately up to the carrier of the baby. The Hyde Amendment of 1973 prohibits the use of federal Medicaid funds to be used for abortions.