I believe that if a woman, under the right circumstances, should be able to make her own choices in life and not be influenced by family or the government. Some women have accepted the definition that a woman’s prime role as wife and mother is to have control of one’s own body and mind (Reardon 3) .Once they had choices about life roles, they felt that they had the right to choose abortion or not. Any and every woman should have the ability to choose when to have a child in their lives. Many women feel that if they did not have the right to choose an abortion, they would have passed by many opportunities to create a better life for themselves. Some people might not agree with their decisions, but in the ends it is theirs.
Where is that okay to force anyone to do something they don’t wish to? The decision no matter how much one can argue will be forever be decided by no other than the mother. Needless to say abortion is still wrong; however, the right to force that decision for someone is another. Now times have changed and abortions are being continued, where can abortion come to an end and pregnancy is something of fruitfulness and blessed upon by he who gave us life to continue out our name. Religiously speaking, abortion is wrong, but in some cases we find it the only option for women if the outcome is of death herself.
A life is a life, no matter how small it is what many pro-life groups believe. Pro-life groups believe that a living organism is conside... ... middle of paper ... ...uld be overturned because fetuses do experience pain, abortion side effects can a woman psychologically and physically, and the number in abortion performed annual remains high. If abortion remains legal in the U.S. then it should just be strictly for cases dealing with rape, incest, or even disabled child difficulties, but even then abortion should not be the solution to these cases. Adoption can be a more suitable solution to these cases than abortion. Works Cited "ACOG Education Pamphlet AP043 -- Induced Abortion."
Currently the latest issue facing the anti-abortion movement is the termination of late term pregnancies also called “partial birth abortions”. When discussing the abortion topic you should know about the two main players. The first ones are against abortion and believe that it is immoral and unconstitutional f... ... middle of paper ... ...ghts of the mother and give them to a child that is not yet even developed enough to sustain life on its own. Women have been fighting for their rights for many years, and to allow somebody to take even one of those right away is unthinkable to me, and I am a guy what do you think women would say about this. I think that it is put best in a statement from Planned Parenthood “Abortion is never an easy decision, but women have been making that choice for thousands of years, for many good reasons”(parenthood).
This paper will explain all of the harmful ways abortions can harm your body and also how they may affect you in a positive and in a negative way. It will also help you understand why people decide to get an abortion or why they decide not to get them. Even though you may not agree with the decision of abortion, you have to have an open mind to other people’s decisions and opinions towards them. Over several centuries and in different cultures there is a deep history of women helping each other to abort (Boston’s women help). Abortion is often presented as if it is new and people have just started doing it years ago, when in reality the practice of abortion has dated back to ancient times.
This often challenged subject has many aspects. The main ideas that I researched where whether or not having an abortion leads to a higher risk for mental health issues, whether or not “post-abortion syndrome” is a relevant medical term and if it actually affects a substantial number of women, and whether having an abortion at as a teen puts the individual at a higher risk for these psychological issues to develop. With concrete proof due to many studies and research, it has become apparent that though any time a woman chooses to abort her pregnancy there are chances that mental health issues will surface, but there is no guarantee that long term damage will occur. First and foremost, I researched whether or not terminating a pregnancy has a significant effect on a woman’s mental health. Since the debate came to light during the Reagan era, many researchers have disagreed on the conclusion of this subject.
Today’s society is full of health concerns, unsolved, and controversial issues. Many of these can be viewed in relation to one’s moral, ethic, and religious beliefs, thus creating a society divided by opposing viewpoints. Today in the U.S., abortion is one of the most controversial discussions concerning women simply because it has been said for many years now that abortion should not be legal. Many who oppose abortion do not know what an abortion is, or even why a woman might choose to have an abortion. This research essay will discuss why it should be a woman’s choice to have an abortion and attempt to discuss the many reasons behind choosing an abortion.
Banning abortion, put women at a higher risk of going out and finding illegal way to have the procedure done (“Abortion Information” 1). Once abortion became illegal in the United States 1.2 million abortions were preformed illegally. Dangerous attempts have been made by women to preform their own abortion, or have them done by unskilled surgeons often with dangerous instruments and sometimes in unsanitary conditions. Serious complication from unsafe abortion included, “perforations of the uterus, retained placentas, severe bleeding, cervical wounds, and rampant infections” (Currie 17.) Abortion has become safer over the years and should be legalized in every state in the United States; abortion should also be kept private between the client and doctor.