The purpose of this essay is to bring awareness to the medical procedure of abortion, which is a very dangerous procedure that needs to be solved. The target audience is those teenage girls that are deciding to abort using irrelevant procedures. This problem is an increasing trend that is affecting younger and younger girls as time passes due to poor sex education involvement in schools, and family discussions. Sometimes girls have rational reasons of why they decide to abort, like when they have serious diseases, when their economic situation is not the best, or when they were victims of sexual abuse. Thus, there have been many cases in which girls just decide to abort for no reason at all without knowing that there are other options to consider before taking the final decision. Hence, there are three solutions for girls that are undecided on what decision to make; the first one is to seek help at a women center. The second one is to tell a parent, or family member that is trustable enough. The third solution is to go to seminars for counseling and request information. Accordingly, the most plausible solution out of the three is to go to seminars for counseling because these programs have experts that can solve the problem.
Moreover, one of the reasons to abortion is because sometimes it’s a natural instinct or way girls react when they find out they are pregnant. Another main problem is that many teenage girls that are pregnant decide to abort using illegal procedures because they feel like that’s the only solution to their situation. Then, they end up risking their lives just because they did not consider the different resources that are offered to them. According to Beckwith, F (2007), state that “moral rules are merely personal preferences and/or the result of one’s cultural, sexual, or ethnic orientation. So choosing an abortion, like choosing a car, a vacation, spot, or dessert is merely a matter of preference.” The
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