Pro Life And Pro Choice

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Abortion is a voluminous topic today all around the world. Differing viewpoints on abortion are recognized in politics, religion, and throughout the general population. There is a small amount of people who are nonchalant on the subject. Women have abortions for many different reasons and according to certain groups these reasons are either justified or not. Everyone tends to have their own articulated opinion, and many vocalize tenaciously what they believe. Pro-life individuals along with religion are sanguine that abortion is ethically and morally erroneous. Whereas those who are pro-choice say that abortion is inconsequential and the mother’s choice is more important than the fetus. Reasons to not get an abortion include risks involved in receiving an abortion. In some cases death can occur. However, there are other alternatives to abortion. For example, raising the child and adoption. There are two extensive groups who have controversial ideas: pro-life and pro-choice. Individuals who are pro-life are anti abortion and do not waiver their thoughts. They believe that the existence of an unborn child is more important than what the mother desires. In fact, they are confident that every life has dignity and limitless potential. Additionally, they say that age, physical ability, or vulnerability are insignificant and that everyone should be presented the opportunity to make their own mark on the world, and determine their own destiny. Pro-life people say that a child should not be aborted because they have an increased risk of a birth defect or Down syndrome. Every life is valuable and should not be degraded based on their mental capacity. Disabilities should not make someone any less important than someone who doe... ... middle of paper ... ...Abortion does not single out one group of people. Women have abortions for plenty reasons, sometimes women have abortions to space out their children, or they do not want children at that moment and want to wait until they are financially stable enough to have one. Others have abortions out of convenience, because having a child would interfere with their work, schooling, and other activities. Teenagers tend to have abortions so they can continue with their schooling and lead a normal life without having a baby. Many families are not financially, or emotionally stable enough to bring a child into this world. Sometimes children live through miserable conditions and it might be better if the birth did not take place at all. Under certain conditions, choosing to give birth may be socially dysfunctional, morally irresponsible, or even cruel (Powers 75; Roleff 24-25).

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