It’s the best way if you don’t want to abort the child. Somewhere else in the world, there is someone willing to care for your child. In conclusion, putting your child up for adoption is better than aborting the child itself. The last reason why I believe abortion should be illegal is because it can take a major toll on the mind and body. Abortion can emotionally affect each women in its own way.
So since birth is so unpredictable, that cannot be seen as the start of life. I do think that by allowing abortion, society is taking the easy way out and we should try for better care for pregnant mothers who would otherwise abort. In conclusion, I believe that abortion is wrong, and that it is definitely a curse to society- through the trauma it causes, and the money and the time it wastes on debates and arguments. I think we should treat out bodies as God would want and our children, born and unborn, likewise.
The pro-choice individuals refute that before 20 weeks, fetus lack the attribute of pain and self-awareness as doctor suggested. Also, a woman has right to her body and she should be able to choose whether she want to abort or not. The topic of Abortion is very debatable issue whether it should be legal or illegal. This essay is arguing against anti-abortion and supporting with “Abortion should be legal”. Abortion is a big issue for women and it should be made legal in all countries because legalized abortion prevents illegal unsafe abortions, child abusive crime and health problems like depression, trauma and shock.
Most abortions occur because contraception fails, because of a rape or because of a serious medical condition of the mother, which could lead to her death. In these situations abortion is often the only way that prevents the birth of an unwanted child or saves a mothers life. In the world today pregnancy often has catast... ... middle of paper ... ...eering there are many pros and cons for each. What it mainly comes down to is how each individual perceives each situation of abortion and genetic engineering. If one person sees abortion as a women’s choice and can back up his views with proof that it would be better for the mother, then do not try to destroy their views.
“God send us someone to cure cancer, AIDS, etc., etc.” “I did but you aborted them.” Abortion is a very serious topic that is separated by two groups pro-life or pro-choice who often argue on what is fair. Pro-choice is the people who believe it is the woman’s choice to choose if she wants an abortion or not. They don’t think the fetus is a human until a certain point in the pregnancy. Pro-life is when people believe that getting an abortion is killing a human being with rights. They want abortion to be illegal whether the woman wants one or not.
• If continuing the pregnancy threatens the woman’s life. • It stops people having an illegal or unsafe abortion. • The woman’s rights outweigh those of the foetus. • If having a baby would threaten the mother’s quality of life. In different parts of the world, there are varied ways to perform an abortion.
Although some oppose abortion, it may be due to either lack of knowledge, or that opponents of abortion rights claim that over 90% of all abortions are used as a substitute for a contraceptive (Quick Facts). Abortionists exclude from this definition that only some of those performed are because of a woman's life in danger, there is severe fatal deformity, or because the pregnancy was a result of rape or incest. Implying women in general are irresponsible and those who would choose abortion do so, with out carefully considering the impact of their decisions upon themselves and their families. A reason to why I am Pro-choice... ... middle of paper ... ...he bible. Well what about other religions?
Carrying the baby, giving birth and rearing the baby could be constant reminders of the trauma the mother had been through and so abortion could be seen as the lesser of two evils. Another similar circumstance could be if the foetus is deformed or severely handicapped. Some Christians could justify the abortion on the grounds that it is unfair to bring a severely handicapped infant into life if its quality of life is going to be very poor. However other Christians argue that no-one knows the potential of this foetus irrespective of the medical opinion regarding the handicap. At any rate... ... middle of paper ... ...ring and the suffering of the family watching a loved one suffer.
The topic of abortion has been a controversial issue in America and each side cannot come to an agreement. Many people believe women should be able to make their own decision because it is their own body and because the baby is not born yet so it is not a human. While others believe once the fetus is formed, it is considered a human and has individual rights, and that aborting that baby is murder. Today, about twenty one percent of pregnancies will end with an abortion. Abortion must be illegal unless the safety of the women is in jeopardy, or due to rape or incest.
There is a huge debate going on around the world on whether the parents of an unborn child should have the right to have an abortion, or the unborn child should have the right to live. This issue is very universal and gets an individual to think, “Whose rights are being protected, the mother's or the fetus?” With abortion being legal, the mother's rights are being protected, but what happens to the unborn child's rights? A small, innocent, and fragile child may die all because his/her parents made the bad choice of having sex before they were ready to have a child. The unborn baby did not choose to be put into this life, and the unborn baby definitely should not be put to death because the parents don't want to take responsibility. Statistics show that 92% of abortions in America are purely elective-- done on healthy women to end the lives of healthy children.