Essay on Should Abortion Be Legal?

1558 Words Nov 28th, 2016 7 Pages
Imagine coming home from work one day, walking down the quiet streets of Mississippi and you are so distracted on your phone gossiping about your day to one of your girlfriends that you haven’t noticed a man following you for the last five blocks. And Imagine that man forcibly enters your home begins raping you. Not only would you have to deal with the traumatic experience of being raped in your own home but now you are carrying the child of you attacker inside of you. Mississippi being one of the ten states who are against abortion and have denied specials cases like these in the past. What do you do? No one should have the right to tell someone what to do with their life and their body. For more than a decade, the right to abortion has been steadily eroded, so that now the debate is over who should be able to pre-empt a woman 's choice to terminate an unwanted pregnancy, laws now exist which allow parents, husbands or state governments to prevent pregnant women from having abortions. Increasingly, abortion has been transformed from a right to a privilege, denied to ever greater numbers of women (Smith). The decision to abort in no way shape or form affect the community or the state itself economic state. Despite all my religious believes that abortion is a sin and the fiery gates of hell await those who commit such crime. Even on that aspect of religious beliefs every sin we humans commit, in the bible it says that will call unto us and go over our life here on earth…

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