Should Abortion Be The Best Option? Essay

1025 Words Nov 18th, 2016 5 Pages
follow the abortion, many would question or change their choice. The world needs to take a step back and look at what is really happening with those who believe abortion to be the best option.
Many pop stars and artists have experienced the effects of abortion, “Nicki Minaj revealed that she had an abortion in high school. ‘I thought I was going to die,’ she said of her feeling at the time. ‘It was the hardest thing I have ever gone through...It has haunted me all my life.’” ("40 Brave Stars Who Went Public With Their Abortion Stories"). Other stars have told similar stories; very few of those celebrities feel good about their abortion(s). Most deeply regret it and become overwhelmed. The first-level regret leads to much more than regret.
In 2005, approximately 3,315 abortions were performed daily in the U.S. In 2012, the number had dropped to about 1,915 abortions per day ("Abortions In America"). That dramatic drop wasn’t just by chance. “The decline seems to be driven by three very different groups of women: those who can’t access abortions; those who no longer need to get abortions because of the availability of contraception; and those who don’t want to get abortions” (Green). The other negative effects of contraceptives might be seen as unimportant if it means less abortions, but that is not the leading factor to decreased abortions. Even though Millennials are accepting pre-marital sex and same-sex marriage, their opinions on abortion are mostly unwavering, it is…

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