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Keeping Abortion Legal

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Keeping Abortion Legal

In America we have always preached the act of freedom of speech, and free will but yet we still feel it’s necessary to tell a women when and how to have a baby. Having a baby should always be the woman’s choice. No man no woman should have the right to step in and make that decision for her. How can someone who knows nothing of your past or present struggles tell you, you have no choice but to have this baby why, because abortion is now illegal, how would you feel? Abortion is the act of terminating a fetus within your first 28 weeks of pregnancy. The issue revolving should abortion be legal or illegal has been on ongoing headache for centuries now. I believe abortion has become such a big controversy because we have allowed others to voice their own opinions regarding their religion and personal feelings to convince the world that abortion is wrong and that every baby deserves a chance, when America should not be allowed to make that decision for anyone.

Abortion has been around for years according to an article titled “U.S. Abortion Law,” abortion in America was made legal in 1973 by the Supreme Court, so why is it we are still focused on what a woman is doing behind her closed doors. Women was granted the protection of the 9th and 14th amendments to have the right to privacy, with that being said I feel that what a woman chooses to do with her body is no one’s concern but hers and the father of her unborn child. Women should be able to exercise their right to free will and make the best decision regarding abortion no matter how others feel.

When it comes to abortion I believe that it should always be left up to the woman to make the decision on whether to keep her baby or not. Having a baby is no eas...

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...to have an abortion because of her own specific reasons due to health reasons, or unable to support her baby that is her reasons and her reasons alone, that right should not be taken from her.

Works Cited

Abort73exists . U.S. Abortion Law. 20 Mar. 2013. 22 Nov, 2013 .

O'Bannon, Randall Ph.D. Why Do Women Have Abortions. 10 Oct 2013. 20 Nov. 2013 .

University of Minnesota Human Rights Library . All Amendments to the United States Constitution. N/a. 22 Nov, 2013 .

Vile, John R. Constitutional Amendments. 2003. 20 Nov. 2013 .

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that it should always be left up to the woman to make the decision on whether to keep her baby or not.
  • Explains that banding abortion does not necessarily mean that women will stop having them. abortion has always been looked upon as bad whether it having to do with religion or moral beliefs.
  • Opines that abortion is a matter of your choice and moral beliefs along with your own personal religion.
  • Opines that abortion should be a choice in whether the mother is financially stable, mentally and physically capable to care for the child, and if the woman feels that she cannot provide those things, she should have the decision to abort her baby.
  • Opines that women should be able to exercise their right to free will and make the best decision regarding abortion no matter how others feel.
  • Explains that egoism is based on one's own opinion on his/her life. they believe that humans should be allowed to make their own personal decisions regarding how they deal with their lives.
  • Explains why women have abortions and the university of minnesota human rights library's all amendments to the united states constitution.
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