The Pros And Cons Of Abortion

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There are many things in this world that people cannot agree on like: politics and religion. However, one of the most common things that people argue over is abortion. I believe that abortion is a good option for a mother in some cases. There used to be this thing in the government called “separation over religion and state” meaning that your state cannot make laws based on religion, with that being said, I don’t think the government has a right to tell us what we can and can’t do. It should be solely the woman’s and their partner’s decision. Abortion is the act of terminating a pregnancy within a certain time frame—typically before the first trimester ends. Many believe that abortions are murder; others think that abortions are okay with…show more content…
Today, in the news, you hear a lot about abortions becoming illegal in some states. The states should not make abortions illegal, and not give women that choice because if the women were to want an abortion bad enough they would find somewhere else to get it done and more than likely it would be unsafe for her “it seems unlikely that making abortion illegal will actually reduce the number of abortions per year.” (Hansen) Abortion should be an option for every woman who is pregnant because if a woman were to become pregnant and she knew she didn’t want a baby or could not provide for it properly, than the baby has no business being born unwanted or poorly taken care of. In the book Pro: Reclaiming Abortion Rights by…show more content…
Many pro-life groups believe that abortions are “murder” however, I think as long as there is no heart beat yet you are simply killing cells, not a person. People also say why get an abortion when there is adoption? While adoption is a fine choice too, however, after women give birth and hear their baby cry and get to hold the baby they might have a hard time giving their baby

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