Why Abortion Should be Allowed in Every Country
A couple decades ago, when abortion was illegal, thousands of women died because they did not want to bear an infant and attempted to terminate the child's life by themselves or with an unprofessional approach (http://www.plannedparenthood.org/library/ABORTION/Roe.html). After the 1973 United States Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision, which allowed women to have the choice of abortion, thousands of women were saved. However, there are plenty of people who think that abortion is equal to killing a human being. I strongly believe that abortion should be allowed in all countries because every child should be a wanted child, abortion is a personal decision, and abortion procedures are medically safe.
There is a quite large group of people called "anti-abortionists." Their main point is to convince others that abortion should be illegal. They argue that abortion is a sort of murder, it is dangerous, and that every human being (even unborn) has the right to live. These arguments sound very strong and persuasive for a person who doesn't know much about abortion. However, I assume that after you finish reading this essay, you will conclude that they are blind and really don't want to see the real advantages of abortion. My arguments show real comparisons of both sides; there are no tricks because facts are on my side.
Every year thousands of children come into our world. Unfortunately, some of them are coming unwanted. In some cases, parents don't have money, support or a place to raise a child. They don't want to have a baby, but they don't have a choice. That's how an unwanted child is born. TIME Magazine claimed that there are at least 6 million unwanted pregnancies in the U.S. each year (TIME, Feb. 26, 1990, p. 94). Furthermore, it happens frequently that unwanted children are in a condition that makes it almost impossible for them to be successful in the future. Those against abortion may argue that people...
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