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The Pros And Cons Of Abortion

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Abortion: is it right or wrong and should it be illegal? If only there were someone who would come up with concrete enough evidence for those of us who still have not decided to just come to a decision already. The correct definition for an abortion is the deliberate extermination of a pregnancy that is usually done within the first 28 weeks. Some people have not made up their minds due to religious views or personal experiences or morals, but either way, the debate of whether or not abortion is acceptable or not has been ongoing for what seems like forever. One side can choose to point out that women deserve to make their own choices that they feel are best for themselves, that this decision may be what is best for the child, and that it …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that abortion is the deliberate extermination of a pregnancy that is usually done within the first 28 weeks. both sides have great arguments that don't make it any easier to make the decision.
  • Opines that abortion decreases the chances of poverty, increases the chance of future children being raised in more secure situations, and every person deserves the right to choose what is best for them.
  • Opines that making abortion accessible decreases the chances of the family falling into poverty.
  • Opines that women need the opportunity to abort when they do not have any other options. pregnancy, if not planned, can be scary for those with plans for the future that could be hindered by children.
  • Argues that all women deserve the chance to make their own decisions. women have faced discrimination since the ideals of what role a woman should play were made.
  • Explains that 58 percent of americans oppose abortion in all or most cases. they argue that abortion is murder, there are other options after birth than keeping the child, and there can be complications that come with the procedure.
  • Explains that most abortions are done before 28 weeks because the fetus begins to develop human features at just 5 weeks. how is abortion not murder?
  • Explains that abortion is not the only option that expecting parents have if they do not think that they are ready to raise a child.
  • Explains that an abortion can take a toll on both your physical and mental health.
  • Analyzes the debate on abortion, which has two sides that have very good arguments. one side argues that it is murder and the other says it's a chance for better future.

Imagine being a young adult who is about to have a child enter their life and not having the funds to be able to support it or themselves. People need the opportunity to have the chance to abort when they do not have any other options. Women are raped and some others sell their bodies in order to provide for themselves. Sometimes, contraception does not work. Pregnancy, if not planned, can be really unexpected and scary for those who have plans for the future that could be hindered by children. A teenage girl with no job would not be able to provide for a child in 9 months and a full time college student working part time would not have the time or funds to provide for another life. Overall, you can not expect someone who can barely provide for themself to provide for someone else.
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Most abortions are done before 28 weeks. At 28 weeks, the child is has less developing to do. Your child has a beating heart, a working brain, and tiny arms and legs that would be put to use once given birth to just like any living person today. So how is abortion not murder? In what way can you justify ending a life that has not yet begun? Imagine if your parent was told that they lost their job and were going bankrupt. They would not ask you to take a pill that would make you disappear off the face of the earth. Rather, they would find a way to provide for

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