The Article Abortion Rights Are Pro-Life

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Tiffany Harmon
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The article “Abortion Rights are Pro-Life”, says that a woman has the right to terminate her pregnancy. A woman is not a murderer; she would be if the fetus were a person, which it is not. The embryo during the first trimester is pre-human, and it has not grown to be anything but tissue. It has a potential to being a human being. It has not reached an infant at all. It is compared to be less than a frog or a fish. To compare an embryo to an infant is not true. By calling an embryo an “unborn child” would be calling an adult human an “undead corpse”, and you would be able to bury them alive. The tiny growth that is growing inside of the woman’s body during the trimester is part of the woman’s body not a baby quite yet. The infant does not exist as an embryo. A woman has the right to do as she pleases with her own body. She dictates what is going to happen. It is her freedom. There are plenty of reasons why a woman or young girl might get an abortion like; accidental pregnancy, birth defects, rape, or danger to her/babies health. Abortions are private affairs, and come with difficult life long consequences. In the conflict it’s the parents that matter not the mere potential of an embryo. Being a parent is a big responsibility. Raising a child you need money and time to be put into them. To a woman who does not want to be a parent, this is a death sentence. The anti-abortionist protest, “The actual life of the parents be damned! Give up your life, liberty, property and the pursuit of your own happiness." Making a woman sacrifice her life for an embryo is not demonstrating “right-to-life”. Anti-abortionists claim to be pro-life, and that is a lie. You can not be in favor of life, and sacrifice a living person to a clump of tissue. Anti-abortionists are marked as haters of human beings, and are tissue lovers.

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