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Pro-Life: The Opposite of Pro-Death

- Pro-Life: The Opposite of Pro-Death Careful attention to the truth has never been standard operating procedure for pro-abortion advocates. Therefore, it should not be any suprise that half-truths, and misrepresentations, and many outright lies have permeated the pro-abortion propaganda campaign. Pro-choice is just a phrase used by people who know the absurdity of legal abortions and infanticide. Pro-life advocates have a more simple and straight forward approach: Pro-life is not the opposite of pro-choice, but the opposite of pro-death....   [tags: Anti-Abortion Pro Life]

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Abortion, Pro Life, And Pro Choice

- ... He explained how he had misdiagnosed A birth defected for A family, The family goes say if they knew about this birth defect prior they would 've aborted the baby. The doctor goes on to say in the interview that he doesn 't believe a child should be seen as a choice. "When one is choosing something to add value to one 's life, who would choose some thing that is already broken. Who would choose disability, or defect, or illness, when one is looking for cooing and giggles and joy." ( The doctor explains just because something or someone is not perfect does not mean it has less joy in it....   [tags: Abortion, Pro-choice, Pregnancy, Childbirth]

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A Secular Defense of Pro-Life

- A Secular Defense of Pro-Life The pro-life stance on abortion is often associated with and defended by traditional Christian beliefs , ; however, this paper will argue that it can and should be defended with secular arguments that appeal to reason and our shared human condition. This paper will try and counter the notion that the argument is simply another battlefield where religion and secular thought meet. Rather, it is an important issue that carries with it heavy implications not only for the religious but also for the secular....   [tags: abortion, human rights, pro choice]

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Pro Choice Versus Pro Life

- ... The number one reason is because they simply do not want a child. This is where the controversy comes in. Many feel that if you are not ready for a child then you should either use some form of birth control or abstinence to prevent pregnancy from happening in the first place. Many women have abortions because of the medical problems that can result from pregnancy. The Abortion Act of 1967 states that if a pregnancy has not exceeded its twenty-fourth week, an abortion may be carried out if continuing the pregnancy would involve a greater risk of injury to the woman 's physical or mental health than ending the pregnancy, continuing with the pregnancy would involve a greater risk to the m...   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Fetus, Pro-choice]

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Abortion: The Pro-Life Movement

- Roe v. Wade There really cannot be a discussion about being pro-life or the pro-life movement without first discussing Roe v. Wade. This monumental Supreme Court Case, which was decided over forty years ago, is what has put the pro-life, pro-choice debate front and center. Some have even said that the two sides are “ensnared in a violent and deadly war” (Tomlin, 1994, 423). With the decision the pro-lifer’s were now in opposition to the status quo, while putting “pro-choicers within the established law” (Vanderford, 1989, 167)....   [tags: pro-choice, constitutional rights]

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The Right to Life: Pro-Life

- Opinions, views and emotions run high and passion is their fuel. Pro-Choice activists declare it is a woman’s right to choose what she does with her own body. The biology versus medical definitions proclaim that an embryo is not yet a human life; as conception begins two to three weeks after implantation occurs, a heartbeat is heard, and a the embryo can sustain life outside of the womb. The laws vary from state to state and in our home state of Texas political parties clash so hard the state shakes with a jolt felt across the country....   [tags: Human Life, Abortion, Pregnancy]

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Pro Life And Pro Choice

- ... When a woman and man disagree on abortion, the disagreement turns into a battle of unequal rights due to the fact that woman are protected by law. Men are required by law to support their children, but they are denied the right to have a say when it comes to their unborn baby’s life being terminated. They also have the right to make a choice in giving their baby up for adoption, but don’t have a choice in giving it a chance to live. The effects that abortion has on a man are long lasting; making them reluctant to trust and commit....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Human rights, Fetus]

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Pro Life And Pro Choice

- ... Wade, an estimated one million abortions have been performed every year in the United States” (86). Today, the advanced medical technology has resulted in more abortions. Abortions may not take place depending on how far along women are in their pregnancy. If a woman is in her first trimester, she is protected under the right to privacy to terminate her pregnancy. There are two different types of abortions in the first trimester. These abortions are medication abortion and aspiration abortion....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Fetus, Roe v. Wade]

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Pro Life vs. Pro Choice

- The federal government should restrict abortions because abortions strips an American child of its rights to life, puts women’s lives in jeopardy, and allows Americans to have a way to desert the consequences of their actions. The most fertile ages for a woman are twenty to twenty four years of age. With that being said it more common for a younger woman to become pregnant. Having children or planning to have or not to have a family is one of the biggest decisions of a woman’s life. There is no such thing as perfect time to start a family....   [tags: abortion, right to life, getting pregnant]

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Pro Life And Pro Choice

- ... Before we deal with the different positions on abortion we have to explore the reasons to why people have abortions. Some of those reasons are economic costs, family planning, health, rape, age and society’s common customs. In 2004, a survey by the Guttmacher Institute was completed by 1, 209 abortion patients at 11 large providers to find out the most common reasons why people have abortions. The result of the study showed 74% of women choose abortion because having a child would interfere with their education, work or ability to care for the child....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Roe v. Wade, Human rights]

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Abortion: A Pro-Life View

- ... Guilt, anger, anxiety, depression, broken relationships, “numbing”, and even suicide; all of these are symptoms of Post-Abortion Syndrome (PAS). PAS is the emotional/psychological damage women may experience after having an abortion. According to Dangers of Legal Abortion by Ann Saltenberger, women who have had abortions are nine times more likely to attempt suicide than women in the general population. Men, or the father, portray a range of emotions after their partner’s abortion. These include grief, guilt, rage/anger, relationship problems, and a sense of male impotence....   [tags: termination of pregnancy,careless disposal of life]

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Pro Choice And Pro Life

- ... Cervical cancer is just one of many problems that abortions cause. "A study of the medical records of 56,741 California Medicaid patients revealed that women who had abortions were 160 percent more likely than delivering women to be hospitalized for psychiatric treatment in the first 90 days following abortion or delivery. Rates of psychiatric treatment remained significantly higher for at least four years" (El). Not only do abortions tend to increase cancer rates and psychiatric treatment, but they have been the cause of hormonal changes that may cause a women to never reproduce again....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Abortion debate]

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Pro-Life or Pro-Choice

- Is abortion right. Should it be legal. The arguments and laws for abortion have been going on since the early eighteen hundreds. Some people believe that the woman having the baby should be able to choose to have an abortion or not. More arguments arose about when a fetus was considered a baby and, if legal, when is abortion appropriate. Another major argument regarding abortion is whether or not a fetus can feel pain. Others think that they should have the baby and either keep it or give it up for adoption....   [tags: abortion, morality, ethics]

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Abortion : Pro Life Or Pro Choice

- ... If our government made abortion illegal, this number would drastically increase. Women everywhere would still seek out to have abortions, but instead of it being done in a clinic or hospital, uneducated staffs would perform this procedure in unsterile conditions. This is what makes supporting pro-life so contradictory. Instead of a lifeless fetus being taken out of the body of a woman, her life was taken because her right to choose was ripped away from her. Those who support pro-choice believe that a woman has the right to do what she chooses with her own body....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Abortion debate, Human rights]

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Abortion : Pro Life And Pro Choice

- ... Most religions don’t agree with abortion due to their beliefs, the bible. Abortion should be banned in certain states it’s illegal, increases your health risks and affects your religion preferences. Many health risks come along with abortions like becoming un-fertile, developing breast cancer and other diseases that could harm your health and life span in the future. Many women after having an abortion have problems carrying along with the pregnancy since they might have a miscarriage due to the abortion they had....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Fetus, Childbirth]

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Pro Life And Pro Choice Activists

- ... Pro-life advocates are often willing to use the criminal law to regulate abortion and are unwilling to provide public funding for abortions for poor women even when the pregnancy substantially threatens their health or well-being. The relatively new development of a field of law loosely termed "fetal rights" or fetal protection disturbs many feminists (Colker, 1989). This term describes the interpellation of the fetus as an autonomous individual and attempts by pro-life groups to get the public to identify with the fetus....   [tags: Abortion, Human rights, Fetus, Pregnancy]

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Abortion: Pro-Life and Pro-Choice

- Abortion is an issue which separates the American public, especially when it involves the death of children and women. When an abortion occurs, the medical doctor removes the fetus from the pregnant woman. This particular act has separated the public. Many believe that abortion is not morally and ethically correct. On the other hand, some people believe that carrying and delivering the unborn child will hinder the safety of the mother, then an abortion is needed. Each view has its own merit in the debate....   [tags: morality, ethics, criminal abortion laws]

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The Facts of Abortion and Pro-Life

- One of the most disputed subjects into day’s society is abortion. Children have been sacrificed by millions of women all across the world. There’s always a powerful urge to vindicate the suffering, emotional pain, and deprivation by the mother and her significant other. Therefore, in any debate, you will run up against an invisible brick wall. Which means even the greatest Knowledge will neglect to influence. When it comes to abortion the best way to tackle the subject is through facts. Some of the wondrous arguments stem from the law, science, and the rights women have to aid the pro-life case opposed to abortion....   [tags: law, science, women´s rights]

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Abortion : Be Pro Life

- ... Although there is one situation that I can understand completely that would make even myself think otherwise about having an abortion. If you are sexually abused and raped, I could understand to the point of that one would not want to have a baby if she is not old enough or financially ready but that’s when adoption comes into play. One can see that the emotional pain of this situation would lead you straight to an abortion but you also have to think about the baby and how he or she is sitting in your womb and has no say or no fault in the situation....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Human rights, Abortion debate]

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Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?

- Abortion is a highly controversial topic of debate; this debate evokes strong emotions on both sides. Abortion is a pretty cut and dry topic; you are either Pro-Life or Pro-Choice. Pro-life advocates are people who believe abortion is ethically and morally wrong, and that it is the government’s job to protect all people including the lives of unborn children. Pro-choice supporters say that it is not the government’s responsibility to protect the unborn children, and women should have the right to determine whether or not they continue with their pregnancies; by choosing to have an abortion....   [tags: Abortion]

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Pro-Choice or Pro-Life?

- Pro-choice or pro-life. That’s a question everyone asks themselves with the topic of abortion. Is it really “killing” a baby when their just an egg and nothing more. In this argument, pro-choice is the answer. “Throughout the world, wherever abortion is illegal and unsafe, committed people make enormous risks to provide safe abortions clandestinely to treat women who have complication and to help women find safe providers” (“ Abortion”). Abortion has been practiced legally in the United States until 1880....   [tags: abortion, voluntary termination of pregnancy]

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Pro choice vs pro life

- The debate between pro-choice and pro-life has been going on for quite a while now, and will continue to do so. The pro-choice side fighting for the women’s right to abortion and pro-life fighting for the fetus’ life. In the book How the Pro-Choice Movement Saved America : Freedom, Politics, and the War on Sex Christina , Page talks about abortion and all other topics that go hand in hand with it such as sex and contraception to evaluate their effect on the American culture in the twentieth and the twenty-first centuries....   [tags: Sex in American Culture, Contraceptives]

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Pro Choice Versus Pro Life

- ... This situation is when most pro-life activists have trouble identifying if rape victims should have to have a child as a product of rape. Most pro-life activists say that abortion should be allowed for rape victims but this is ethically inconsistent because you are allowing abortion for some circumstances but not others. This also comes with the assumption that all rape victims want to have an abortion, Dr. Sandra Mahkorn found that 75 to 85 percent of rape victims chose against abortion. (Mahkorn, "Pregnancy and Sexual Assault," The Psychological Aspects of Abortion, eds....   [tags: Abortion, Abortion law, Pregnancy, Rape]

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Abortion: Pro-Life or Pro-Choice and Nothing in Between

- There are two different types of people when it comes to abortion, pro-life and pro-choice. Pro-life people believe that every child deserves a chance no matter what the circumstances and that the governent has the right to refuse an abortion, while pro-choice people believe that an individual can make their own decision and do what they want (Head). Nearly half of all pregnancies are unintended, and about 4 out of 10 of these are terminated. The percent of abortions in all pregnancies is 22 percent....   [tags: pros and cons of willingly terminating pregnancy]

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Abortion : Pro Life And Pro Choice People

- ... It’s saying that what they do is murder and murder in the bible is wrong period. In Psalm chapter 139 and verse thirteen it says, “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.” This verse comes from a psalmist, David, who is talking to God. David was a man after God’s own heart, therefore can be inferred to have had a lot of God’s wisdom and understanding. David points out that God created us and knew everything about us from the time we were in our mother’s womb....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Roe v. Wade, Birth control]

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Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life: No Correct Answer

- Abortion is the ending of a pregnancy before birth; it causes the termination of the embryo or fetus inside the women. There are two different types of abortion, a spontaneous abortion, which is also known as a miscarriage, and an induced abortion, where the embryo or fetus is purposely removed from the women’s body. The topic of induced abortion has been widely debated for hundreds of years. The issue of abortion was argued way back in the time of the ancient Hebrews. In the United States it became illegal around the mid 1800’s and not until the 1960’s was the argument for the right to abort brought back to the table....   [tags: Abortion, Argumentative, Pro-Choice]

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Abortion : Pro Life And The People Who Are Pro Choice

- ... From the point of view of pro-life Christians, like myself, America’s aborted fetuses are simply unborn babies who are killed through the process. This is an awful fact this I wish could be stopped. Abortion destroys the lives of many innocent and helpless children. These helpless children are killed due to the selfish decisions of their parents. I am sure that if that if someone was choosing to take the parents life, they would do anything they could to stop it. I wish that parents who decide to abort a child would think about if the roles were reversed....   [tags: Pregnancy, Abortion, Fetus, Roe v. Wade]

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Pro Life Sentence Vs. Pro Death Sentence

- ... However, if my findings support my thesis, I do believe it will be hard to ignore the fact our tax dollars are being squandered immensely on a broken system that does nothing to help correct behaviors that got individuals there in the first place. In order to make a well-based argument I will research the costs associated with prison to determine the exact cost per person per year. From there I will (or could) go in two directions. First, I will apply these monetary findings to the individual cases from the documentary....   [tags: Prison, Murder, Capital punishment, Penology]

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A Stand for Pro-Life: Stop Abortion

- ... 173,000 women found it was 154% more likely to commit suicide ( women know understand that getting an abortion can harm you both physically and mentally. ​Women who decide to get an abortion don’t usually realize that the baby is human the moment of conception and the fetus can feel the pain. Most doctors would say about 22 days after conception the child’s heart begins to circulate its own blood, and the heartbeat can be detected by an ultrasound. Then at just six weeks the child is starting to form its eyelid, mouth, nose, and tongue....   [tags: harmful, health, baby, child, cancer]

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Pro-Life: Abortion is Unethical and Immoral

- Among the Nations leading controversy’s, the bilateral issue of abortion seems to be a popular yet, contentious debate. For several decades, abortion has been a never ending conflict that has caused a division among society. This bitter political brawling has created a pointless stalemate that has left the abortion issue unresolved. What is right and what is wrong. Should a woman be allowed to have an abortion and deprive a child from life or should she be forced to forfeit her right to make her own decisions....   [tags: social issues, argumentative, persuasive ]

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The Pro Life Argument Against Abortion

- ... (4) If one, two and three, then abortion is impermissible. (5) therefore abortion is impermissible. According to Thomson’s views premise 3 of the Implicit Argument is false, and the argument is unsound. She goes on to explain that showing that a fetus has a right to life does not show that abortion is impermissible. One should not assume that if a fetus has a right to life than abortion is impermissible. You must also take the mothers rights into consideration; an abortion has a direct effect on a mother as well....   [tags: Abortion, Pregnancy, Abortion debate]

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Personal Mission for Being Pro-Life

- LIFE. This is my passion. My mission. My heartbeat. My calling. My life is dedicated to bind up the brokenhearted, and to stand up for those who have no voice, whether they are disabled, elderly, orphaned, unborn or considered “useless”. My life mission is to stand up for life, and to ensure that all people are cared for and loved, because they are uniquely created by God. My life mission is to play my part well in History: His Story. This is a story about the journey of my life, and how I have grown in my love for LIFE....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Goals, Career]

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Why I Am Pro Life

- Pro Life I am against abortion because they can be very dangerous to the health of women. I believe there is a safer alternative to abortion. Abortion goes against the moral values of my religion and cultural background. Abortion is the process of ending a pregnancy by removing or killing the fetus inside a pregnant woman. There are various ways in which one can do this process; by medical, surgical, or physical procedures. The medical process includes taking various drugs to end the pregnancy over a period of time....   [tags: Abortion, argumentative, persuasive]

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Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice

- Abortion is never an easy decision, but women have been making the choice for thousands of years. It has become a large dilemma since 1973, when the U.S. Supreme Court passed a law making the procedure legal, and an even larger controversial issue. The controversy is divided into “Pro-Choice” and Pro-Life” views. Pro-Choice supporters believe that the woman should have to choice whether to abort or not. Pro-Life supporters believe that it should be illegal to abort and preformed. However, there are many ways for this procedure to be performed....   [tags: Informative, Expository]

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Abortion: I Am Pro-Life

- One of the most controversial issues in society today is abortion, and as of now, is morally acceptable because of Roe vs. Wade. However, when a study taken by Minnesota reveals that women who have had an abortion have 10 times the risk of committing suicide than women who have not had an abortion, it’s time to seriously think about whether or not abortion should be acknowledged as morally right. Considered by some to be a form of murder, anti-abortion laws should apply to all women in order to prevent any emotional mishaps of the abortion victim and to save the lives of the innocent human beings not yet born....   [tags: Argumentative Essay, Persuasive Essay]

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An Analysis of Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Arguements

- Abortion is a controversial issue that is not easily handled in the world today. While some people, usually conservatives (also known as Pro-Life advocates), view abortion as wrong, others tend to feel that abortion should be up to the woman in that situation; these people are usually liberalists (also known as Pro-Choice advocates). While Pro-Life and Pro-Choice are two different views on the same point, several issues separate these two sides: the goals of each agenda, the side effects of accomplishing these goals, and the moral standards supporting each side....   [tags: abortion, moral, goal]

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Pro-Life Is the Right Life

- Abortion may be looked down upon politically but it is also not favored in the medical aspect either. Abortion can cause both physical and emotional pain not to just the mom but the baby and the rest of the family. If a mother choses to get an abortion she will have many things affect her. Her physical pain she will undergo consists of: death, cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, liver cancer, complications with babies in future pregnancies, and many other complications. These all take a toll on the mother and it even may cause some emotional pain....   [tags: analyzing abortion]

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Abortion and Pregnancy: Pro Life

- “I certainly supported a woman’s right to choose, but to my mind the time to choose was before, not after the fact (Ross).” In Ann B. Ross’s quote, she says that choices should be made before the point of pregnancy. In today’s society birth control is not hard to get, and if a person is unprepared or at a point in their life that they do not want a child, then they should consider the results of their actions. In some states, bills have been passed where the mother has to hear the child’s heart beat before she can In 2011, 333,964 lives were taken before leaving what is supposed to be the protection of the mother’s womb (Bigelow.)....   [tags: abortion, the right to choose]

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Pro-life: Making Sure Each Unborn Child Gets a Chance to Live

- The topic I will be covering in this paper is Pro-life. This topic is centered on making sure each unborn child gets a chance to live. The National right to Life Committee is biased on the foundation that every life has a right to fulfil its purpose on this earth. This is the head of the Texas Right to Life Committee, and is based out of Louisville, Kentucky. We know, according to the bible, anything that happens works together for our good in the long run. “Romans 8:28 -And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose” (Holy Bible)....   [tags: abortion, national right to life]

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Abortion Rights for Women: Anti-Abortion vs. Pro-Abortion

- Pro-life vs. pro-choice can often be a complicated and confusing one. Those who are against abortion often believe life begins at conception and base their opinion on Biblical views. Those that are advocates of pro-choice believe it is a women’s right to end a pregnancy regardless of the woman‘s reasons. In the United States, the pro-choice view is perceived as pro-abortion, and the pro-life position is recognized as anti-abortion. Should women have the right to choose to have an abortion in today’s society....   [tags: conception, decision, pro-life, pro-choice]

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Abortion: The Truth About Pro-Choice

- When talking about abortion, there are so many things that come to mind, it is hard to stay focused on what the issue is really about, but in the end it really all boils down to some of the most basic rights we as individuals living in this country start with from birth. “…That all men are by nature equally free and independent, and have certain inherent rights, of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of acquiring and possessing property, and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety” (SparkNotes: The Declaration of Independence (1776))The practice of aborti...   [tags: Pro-life, fetus, pregnancy cycle, pregnancy]

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The Burden of Abortion, Pro Life

- The Burden of Abortion, Pro Life In this world of war and struggle , the price of life has sky rocketed due to the selfishness of mankind. The obligations a woman is faced with throughout her life can be overwhelming, natural occurrences such as pregnancy and menstruation are no small worry, the kind of burden no male could ever imagine undergoing. The most heavily debated burden of women all across the world is the dreaded abortion. Each year, 46 million women worldwide experience an abortion, a fact that would make anyone sick to their stomach, bringing up the question, should abortion be legal....   [tags: Papers]

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Abortion: A Comparative Essay Abour Pro-life and Pro-choice

- An issue that has flared up in today’s society, abortion is a highly debated topic that has sparked some of the most violent discussions. The rapid growth in teenage pregnancy has only increased the amount of attention that has been drawn to abortion and whether it is ethical or not. While some say that a woman is in power of her own body and can make choices based on her best interest, some take much offense to that and demand that a baby is a baby no matter how small it is and that abortion is never okay....   [tags: opposites, human body, fetus]

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Abortion: Pro-Choice is the Wrong Choice

- Ronald Regan (1983) said “Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born” (pg. N/A). He was saying that a person who had a chance to live is ending the life of another person, who wasn’t allowed an opportunity to say whether or not he/she wanted to live. So abortion should not be considered as the only way to get out of a pregnancy because the woman could get breast cancer after the abortion process is over, the person may experience psychological damage due to aborting the child, and the woman is ending a human life. The first reason abortions should not be allowed is because the woman could get breast cancer after having the abortion....   [tags: The Right to Life, Pro-Life Essays]

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The Pro-Life Nazi March

- The Pro-Life Nazi March The picture of a bloody fetus torn apart by a surgeon's scalpel danced overhead in the cloudy sky. I stared at the swaying poster and at the tiny body lying in a green garbage bag. Around it, hundreds of similar signs filled the sky with bright words and colors as a huge mass of men, women and children paraded under them in a huge march. I stared at the marchers, disbelieving of the sight in front of me. They were the Pro-Lifers, marching in favor of banning abortion as a choice and a right for women....   [tags: Personal Narrative Writing]

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Abortion: A Pro-life Argument

- Abortion: A Pro-life Argument Ellen Willis’s “Putting Women Back into the Abortion Debate” (2005) is an argument that supports women’s rights and feminism in terms of allowing all abortions to occur. She discusses abortion with the perspective that women’s rights are the issue, not human life. This argument is not accurate. Abortion is almost completely about the rights of every human being. People who are for abortion need to know a fertilized egg is just as important as someone already living, that an unborn child cannot control its need for someone to rely on for survival, and that they must accept the gender they were given without thinking it eliminates rights....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Papers]

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Pro Choice vs Pro Life

- Pro-Choice vs. Pro-Life Abortion is unethical and immoral. These are the thoughts of many Americans in our society. If a woman gets pregnant than she should have to deal with her "problem." However there are many circumstances that arise that could make that a difficult and sometimes impossible decision. Instead of every woman that becomes pregnant having no say in whether they have their child, there should be an age limit set. The legal age of a woman having an abortion should be set at 18. It should be illegal for anyone at the age of 18 or over to have an abortion....   [tags: Ethics]

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Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice

- This article is another piece of written truth as to how one’s social upbringing reflects their views and opinions. The average pro-life activist tends to be a lesser-educated individual who grew up seeing family life as a root to all means. Her parents were of a lower income bracket, barely finished high school, and more that likely her parents provided many siblings. She wed directly out of high school to a low income white collar worked and has many children herself. The pro-life activist believes strongly in the church and the fact that the main purpose of sexuality is procreation....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Abortion: Pro-Life is the Logical Argument

- Suppose your mother was not planning on having a child when she was pregnant with you. Suppose your father was abusive to her. Suppose she was not even ready to be a mother or prepared to have a baby. Aren’t you still glad that she didn’t put her right to choose what goes on within her body before your right to life. Ronald Reagan once said, “I've noticed that everybody that is for abortion has already been born” (qtd. “Quotations about Abortion”). Because a fetus is a human being from the moment of conception, aborting is murder and therefore it should be just as illegal as taking the life of a grown human is....   [tags: Argumentative Essay, Persuasive Essay]

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The Fetal Position: A Pro-Life Argument

- Each year there are roughly 6 million pregnancies in the U.S., with 20% resulting in the termination of the fetus, or abortion in other terms. Mathematically, that is estimated to be 1.2 million babies that have no hope for a future outside the womb (American Pregnancy). Everyone has a right to life; this right is exercised in many parts of the American life, namely the Declaration of Independence (The Abortion Controversy 113-116). Therefore, the United States’ federal government should go to greater lengths to prohibit these so called ‘abortions’ in every case, regardless of the situation....   [tags: Abortion ]

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Pro-Life Editorial Response

- Dear Mr. Shawn Nauman, This letter is in response to your March 1, 1995 editorial regarding abortion. It must have been very tough at times, growing up with parents who were so young and unprepared for a child. I must commend your parents for doing such a wonderful job of raising a son who grew up to be so vocal with his opinions and thoughts. I realize with your mother being a teenager at the time of your conception, and with the timing of her pregnancy, with regards to the infamous Roe v. Wade decision, that the issue of abortion is perhaps an issue that is very personal one....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Pro Life Fetal Rights Movement

- The Pro Life Fetal Rights Movement Problems with format Pro-life rhetoric is reshaping history to make room for a new class of citizens. The members of this new identity group are called "fetuses," and their legal protection is crucial to the heritage of and future of America. Lauren Berlant, in her essay, "America, 'Fat,' the Fetus"; describes the pro-life motivation to present fetuses as a class of citizens, and thereby add "a new group of "persons" to "the people"" (Berlant, 98). To do so, pro-lifers exploit the current convergence of public and private spheres....   [tags: Government Laws Fetus Papers]

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A Human Life Is Worth Too Much: Making a Case Against Abortion

- Abortion has been a highly controversial topic in recent history. The debate about abortion has been a controversial topic as far back as the history books go. For example, in the book of Leviticus, the Bible describes a woman who is pregnant and two fighting men injure her, causing harm to the baby (Herring, 4). In this case it was not necessarily an abortion in today’s terms, but the same principle is there. The men were to be punished if the child that the woman was carrying was harmed in any way....   [tags: pro-life, terminating pregnancy]

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Nobody Should Have the Right to End a Life, Even a Small One

- God said "Before I formed thee in the belly, I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations."(Jeremiah 1:5) In the mist of the 1960s and early 1970s, the United States began to abolish their bans on abortion. In Roe v. Wade, the U.S Supreme Court legalized abortion throughout the United States. As freelance writer Tom Head, for those who believe that the human life begins at conception, the decision of the Supreme Court and state law repealing proceeding seemed cold and barbaric....   [tags: pro-life, thoughts on abortion]

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Life Begins at Conception

- “How far along in a pregnancy is it until the unborn child is considered human. At what point does it receive basic rights?” These propositions have been the topic of one the most controversial discussions of the century. Based on the research I have completed on this topic, it has been made indisputable to me that life begins at the moment of conception. While I, along with many other pro-life advocates, believe that human life is set into motion the minute of conception, there is a major group of individuals who would beg to differ....   [tags: pro-life, advocates, embryo, human]

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Abortion a Controversy of All Time

- Abortion has been one of the biggest controversies of all time. Many people believe it is immoral and even consider it to be murder. The definition of abortion is; “The termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion from the uterus of a fetus or embryo prior to being capable of normal growth.” 1 These pro-life believers do not support the idea of induced abortion and believe it should be illegal. Many of these supporters do not know that if abortion were illegal they would still be performed, unfortunately by an uneducated staffs....   [tags: pro-life, pro-choice]

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The Role of Morality and Life in Abortion

- Every day, thousands of babies are suctioned out of their mothers’ wombs through a procedure called abortion. Rejected by their mothers and regarded as medical waste by their killers, both of whom the law protects, these babies seemingly have no right to protection or life themselves. In fact, society allows these babies to die silently, with no recognition or acknowledgment of their humanity. One of the largest arguments between the two sides, pro-choice and pro-life, centers around when a fetus is defined as a human or a person....   [tags: pro-choice, pro-life, fetus, humanity, pregnancy]

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The Most Important Decision: Saying Yes to Life

- What if society told people at this very moment whether they lived or died was not their choice, but the choice of one person. Everyone would hate that wouldn’t they. That happens all around us today. Around 137 abortions take place an hour. (10,586 1) This means around 3,288 abortions take place in just one day. (10,586 1) This comes out to around 1 abortion every 26 seconds. (10,586 1) That statistic means about to 1.2 million abortions took place worldwide in just this past year. (10,586 1)That was 1.2 million humans who didn't have a choice....   [tags: anti-abortion movements, pro-life]

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Abortion: Is it Possible to be both Pro-life and Pro-Choice? Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan

- In this paper, I will investigate the right to life for embryo based on Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan’s article “Abortion: Is it Possible to be both “Pro-life” and “Pro-Choice”?” My conclusion is an embryo is a potential person thus it has the right to life. Sagan and Druyan argue that embryo does not have human characteristics; therefore it is acceptable to abort it. I will show that embryo is at least a potential person, so it has the right to life. First, I want to convince embryo may not be a person....   [tags: person, Boethius]

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Abortion: A Controversial Subject

- Abortion can lead to unwanted memories, serious health complications, stress, depression, guilt, and burden ( Most women think that they should have the right to choose, they are considered as Pro-Choice. The other women who don’t agree and think that abortion is wrong and shouldn’t be legal are considered Pro-Life. Abortion is a controversial subject that many don’t agree on. Pro-Life is women that want all mothers to be happy and wanting all children to live and are against abortion....   [tags: pro-life, pro-choice]

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Women's Rights: Unification of Pro-Life and Pro-Choice through Feminism

- Abortion and Women's Rights: Unification of Pro-Life and Pro-Choice through Feminism January 22, 1973 is a day that, in the eyes of many modern feminists, marked a giant step forward for women's rights. On this date the U.S. Supreme court announced its decision in Roe v. Wade, a verdict that set the precedent for all abortion cases that followed. For the first time, the court recognized that the constitutional right to privacy "is broad enough to encompass a woman's decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy" (Roe v....   [tags: Pregnancy Female Abortion Essays]

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Pro-Life or Pro-Choice: Abortion Analyzed Through the Sociological Lens

- Throughout the course of history, many sociological issues have become relevant throughout Canada. These issues and their effects on society are part of the reason in which things are they way they are today. This research essay examines one of the most controversial sociological issues in all of history: abortion. To begin, a brief history of abortion in Canada is provided. From there, it discusses and analyzes the many laws or lack thereof regarding abortion in Canada. By analyzing the laws and legislation that has been put in place by Canadian government, it is easy to see how people can assume different positions on this topic....   [tags: Canada, women's rights, legalize abortion]

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Common Social Problems in the United States: Abortion

- Abortion is one of the common social problems in the United States at this point in time. Many people think it is a debate between pro-choice and pro-life, but there is more to it than that. This issue is based upon a woman’s right to have an abortion, or the fetuses right to life. It is argued constantly whether a fetus may or may not be a human being. According to scientific findings, life begins at conception, yet that does not automatically make the fetus a human being. The common law definition of a human being is relevant, a fetus not yet born nor in the process of birth is not considered a human being....   [tags: pro-choice and pro-life]

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Abortion: The Fetus Has A Right To Live

- Globally, the practice of abortion terminates millions of pregnancies every year. In the United States alone, abortion “peaked in 1990 (1.6 million), and public support for abortion peaked soon thereafter”. This statistic was averaged to 1.3 million every year. Historically, two opposing groups have emerged in debates over abortion-the “Pro-life” and the “Pro-choice.” The main question is in the determination of whether a fetus is “human” or “nonhuman.” The pro-life camp believes that the fetus is a human from the moment of conception, and any attempt to remove an early pregnancy is simply an act of “murder”, and a denial of life to the helpless unborn....   [tags: Abortion, Pro Life Essays]

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Abortion Should Go Back to Being Illegal in the United States

- ... Seeing a dead baby the size of the palm of the doctor’s hand catches mothers off guard and traumatizes them and it should. Studies show that most women wish that they had known more about abortion before they got one (considering abortion). So, even though there are physical risks to abortion, the mental risks are the most harmful. The United States is a great representation of equality and justice for the world. It is known for defending defenseless countries that are being attacked by other countries taking advantage of their lack of power....   [tags: pro-life, religious beliefs]

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Abortion: The Deliberate Termination of a Human Pregnancy

- ... In the instance of rape and incest, proper medical care can ensure that a woman will not get pregnant. The Plan B, or Morning-After Pill, is also available to the general public through a doctor. This pill creates an environment inside the woman’s womb that makes it unable to host a fertilized egg, resulting in the demise of the egg before it becomes viable. In this case, there is no developing fetus or life. If a woman insists on being sexually active, this is an acceptable method to control her body’s ability to conceive....   [tags: pro-life views]

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The Controversy Of Stem Cell Research

- The topic of stem cell research is highly controversial. Although most people who consider themselves "pro life" are the main opposition for this potentially beneficial research, most people do not fully comprehend what stem cells are, much less the implications of them. In a highly generalized statement, stem cells are cells with no specialization. This allows them to form into the majority of cells in the body, depending on where they were from. In this essay I’m going to not only offer a plethora of information regarding stem cells, but make an in depth analysis of the question that everyone wants the answer to, should stem cells be used....   [tags: orthodox christianity, pro life]

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The Controversy Surrounding Abortion

- For hundreds of years, the United States of America has been a country defined by its promising opportunities and freedom. However, America has proven many times it is not the promised land that many residents of other countries have viewed it to be. Issues like euthanasia, death penalty, freedom of speech, and abortion have given rise to questions of the freedom in America. Abortion has proven to be one of the more tenacious issues that has brought controversy to America. In the Encyclopedia Britannica, abortion is defined as “the expulsion of a fetus from the uterus before it has reached the stage of viability” (Encyclopedia Brittanica)....   [tags: fetus, pro-life, pro-choice]

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The Controversial Topic of Abortion

- One of the most controversial topics in society is abortion. The act of removing a fetus to end pregnancy has divided the world. Although abortion is being discussed among friends, politicians, and even on blogs in the modern era, it has been in practice in the US since the early 1800s. It was mainly done to keep unmarried women from having children if they accidentally got pregnant. They considered an unmarried pregnant woman not marriageable material so abortion was one way to hide that fact that woman were pregnant at one time....   [tags: Abortion Pro Life Choice]

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Abortion Should NOT Be Legal

- There have been many wars fought in the history of the United States that are still accounted for today. Fairness in human rights has always been a battle in the past and is still being fought in every way possible today. One of the many battles that continue today is the debate for or against women having abortions. Twenty years ago, the fight was seen to have taken effect on the public, today the fight is still going strong, but with a few alterations in the Pro-life movement. Statistical numbers of abortions have changed in the group of women receiving the procedure and affected by their economical statuses for the cause of the abortion....   [tags: Pro-Life Essays]

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Abortion: Birth Control For Whores

- Abortion is one of the most controversial and highly debatable issues in the United States today. This hot topic has put both the supporting and opposing sides in an uproar to defend their positions. In abortion, a fetus is deliberately terminated from the woman’s womb. Though there are several different methods of abortion, they all aim to rid of the potential child. When carefully reading descriptions of the techniques to abort a fetus, one does not shrug it off their shoulders and write it off as morally acceptable....   [tags: Abortion Pro Life Essays]

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Abortion Should NOT Be Legal

- “I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born” - - Ronald Reagan How would you feel if someone took away your ability to live. Imagine not having any say in whether or not you want to have a life. Well babies have no choice when they’re in their mother’s womb. If a woman aborts their baby, the baby has no choice but to go with it. Their whole future is demolished. I believe abortion is wrong when committing it for a selfish reason. An abortion is, the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely allowed by the death of the embryo or fetus or the expulsion of a fetus by a domestic animal often due to infection at any time before complet...   [tags: Pro-Life Essays]

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Abortion Should Not be Permitted

- “More than 95 per cent of all abortions are performed purely for convenience… 20 per cent are for genetic reason, and the other 75 per cent are purely elective” (Deem 2). Many people hear debates about abortion and ignore it, thinking that it definitely doesn’t apply to them. Well, it does. Thousands of babies are being killed every day, and people need to take action. If we continue to allow this monstrosity to happen, imagine what could come up in the future. Before we continue, let me define some vital terms (proceed to view powerpoint or note-board; define “Viability” “Roe v....   [tags: Argumentative Essay, Pro-life]

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Abortion Should NOT Be Legal

- "I am 17. One month ago, I had an abortion. My story is not tragic. No one made me get the abortion. It’s only my mother and me in the house. My father has never been in the picture. I broke the news to my mom, and she gave me every option and said whatever I chose, she would support me” (“Abortion Story”). October 3, 1973 was when abortion was legalized in all 50 states. Studies show that the abortion rate has dropped to the lowest point since becoming legal (Sandhya). That is a great statistic, but unfortunately, there are still women who continue to have abortions....   [tags: Pro-Life Essays]

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Abortion Should NOT Be Legal

- “A person is a person, no matter how small.” -- Dr. Seuss This speech, given by Gianna Jessen -- an abortion survivor -- is, in my opinion, the most spectacular pro-life speech ever given. The highlights of this particular speech includes the way she arrested attention from her audience, her flawless extemporaneous delivery, and the unforgettable message she dramatically brings to life....   [tags: Pro-Life Essays]

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Abortion Should Be Illegal

- Does having something that has a heartbeat being removed from your body okay. Or is it wrong to take a living part of you out. The questions on, if providing safe sex is good to talk about with children at the age of twelve a good idea or should this wait until they are of age. In that case when is the right age to speak about this. Much controversy has arisen with the organization known as Planned Parenthood. The organization has long promoted pro-choice stance on abortion. This has caused the group to conflict with pro-life supporters who believe abortion should be illegal....   [tags: planned parenthood, pro-life]

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Should Abortion Be Legalized?

- ... Someone who is Pro-Choice believes that if a young girl loses her virginity and becomes pregnant by accident it may be because she wasn’t aware of the repercussions of having sex. Being forced to keep her child could cause her to be kicked out of her home with no way to financially support her child. Not only would she have no money, but she would also lose the chance to go to school and get an education. By having an abortion she would not have to deal with all of the issues like these, though she would have to deal with the emotional aspect of deciding to terminate the fetus which would be a decision that should be left to that person, not a law....   [tags: pro-life, illegal abortion]

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Abortion is Brutal Murder

- ... If killing unborn babies are allowed, why is murdering a person illegal. Everyone in the world has no right to even think of murdering innocent babies. Some people say fetus is not a child. That is wrong. Fetus is proven to be a human life. Just because they can not speak or do what we do, that does not mean he or she isn't a human. This picture of baby is 20 weeks old. Babies in 20 weeks have their arms and legs, 10 fingers and toes which perfectly form human features. Many people who are against death penalty are in a favour of abortion....   [tags: pro-life, fetus, pregnancy]

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The Moral Question of Abortion

- Abortion is the termination of the unborn as a result of its physical destruction. The three types of abortion consist of therapeutic abortion, spontaneous abortion and elective abortion. Therapeutic abortion is an abortion done for reasons regarding the health of the mother. A spontaneous abortion is a miscarriage, a fetus being expelled before it is physically able to live under normal conditions outside the uterus on its own. This especially happens between the third and seventh months of pregnancy....   [tags: pro-life, pro-choice]

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- Pro-Life English I 1 Abortion, when the topic comes up, it is usually something people do not like to discuss. People may tend to avoid this issue for fear of offending or angering others but it is extremely important that the horrors of this brutal practice be addressed. During the years 1965-1996 over 515 million babies have been murdered, this is if you add the number of chemical and surgical abortions ( This is what we need to understand: abortion kills and we need to know where it came from....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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