Topics: Abortion, Pregnancy, Human Pages: 3 (868 words) Published: March 18, 2013
Anti -abortion

Abortion has been a controversial topic for many years world wild. On the basis of human nature and mentality, people have been divided into two groups: pro-choice and pro-Life. Pro-choice is that group of people who believe that abortion should be an available choice to women who get pregnant and choose not to have a child. On the other hand, there are the pro-live people who are against abortion because they believe that abortion is a murder. Abortion is simply considered as a crime and should not be legalized for many reasons. Many countries banned abortion and consider it a serious crime. They condemn the act of taking decisions for lives of innocent life. Even though, some people argue that the life of the fetus does not start from the moment of conception, but science has proved that the life of a human being does starts from the time of conception. According to Dr. Rober George, “ That is in human reproduction, when sperm joins ovum, these two individual cells cease to be, and their union generates a new and distinct organism. This organism is a whole, though in the beginning developmentally immature, member of the human species” (1). I believe that in the first place when a woman chooses to have sex, whether with protection or not, she does that with her entirely free will. That means she believes that she is responsible and willing to deal with the consequences. Although in cases like rape where women do not have control over the devastating situation, and due to the social and cultural issues when cannot take care of the child, so for such a helpless woman there is always another solution to her problem other than abortion like giving her baby for adoption can always be a better choice. In fact, there are many people in this world who are not gifted by kids, are more willing to go for adoption. According to a statistic, “1.5 million of infants are given for adoption. The increasing percentage of adoption can also be...
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