Teenage abortion and consulting their parents
Abortion in the United States is a highly debated topic. People disagree not only with the legal aspect of abortion, but also it's moral consequences. Because both the questions of legality and morality define whether or not abortion should be legal, the result is a highly disputed issue. The problem of abortion among teenagers adds another dimension to the already controversial topic. Which is whether parental notification is necessary or not. Thirty-two states have parental consent laws that require a minor to obtain at least one parent consent for they're to have an abortion. Only two states and the District of Columbia have laws affirming the right of young women to have an abortion with out parental consent. (CB, Ch12, pg350). Well my value also agrees with the thirty-two states. I believe that Parents should be notified by the clinic if a teen woman attempts to access abortion services. My opinion is due to the daughter health, medical pill for parents and physical and psychological risks after the abortion. Teenage women, abortion and law abortion has always been a very controversial, evoking issue. This can be due to the fact that people have different beliefs that are emphasized by their own religion and set of moral circumstances. Because of the wide spectrum of religion and various moral beliefs, there will never be a right or wrong answer to abortion but there will always be different side of opinions. I feel that parents should not be informed that their teen is requesting an abortion because it will lead to more teenagers giving birth to unwanted children, unsafe and illegal abortions, infant abandonment, and even worse, infant murder For teenagers facing abortion, it is a psychological, social, and philosophical dilemma that must be encountered. Teen abortion is a decision that will impact your life dramatically, whether you decide to abort or decide to give birth. People you know will choose to...
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