Abortion: Woman’s Right or Murder?
“It is easier for me to kill you than to wave good-bye.” This statement reflects the reasoning some women have abortions. Abortion has always been a very controversial topic among pro-life and pro-choice groups. Everywhere you turn the topic of abortion presents itself on TV, in the newspapers, in books and magazines, and political debates. The main controversy is should abortion be legalized? First, before we go any farther we must define abortion. Abortion is the termination of pregnancy by the removal of the fetus or unborn child while the child is still in the mother’s womb (Stacey). There are two sides to the abortion topic, the Pro-Life which is those who are against abortion altogether and the Pro- Choice or those who believe that it is the women’s right to choose if she wants to have an abortion. But, no matter how many times this topic has been argued, abortion is and always will remain immoral. Abortion is an unacceptable and cruel practice that should be illegal because it is denying someone an life, can lead to serious health complications and it should not be used as form of contraception.
Many people have the illusion that abortion is a short, simple, and clean process, however they are sadly mistaken. Abortion results in the intentionally killing of a human being. Some might think that it is done and forgotten about. This is not the case. Six weeks after conception, the baby’s heart starts beating. It is a real child that sits inside a women’s body. The moment it is conceived, it is a child. Immediately, the mother-to-be starts to think of the life inside of them as an actual life. When a woman decides to terminate a pregnancy, they are disturbed for a long time due to knowing that they are killing a child. This bomb-shell doesn’t hit them until after the procedure is done.
Many people will say that rape is a reason to keep abortion legal. However, I would argue that abortion is wrong if you...
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