Essay on The Effects Of Abortion On Women Mentally And Physically

1581 Words Feb 12th, 2016 7 Pages
Imagine that a loved one was killed before it even got the chance to grow up and experience the world. Imagine that a baby is peacefully resting in its Utopia when it suddenly experiences the biggest amount of pain having its limbs torn out and within seconds, it becomes dark. Just like that, the innocent baby will never have a chance to encounter what humans experience every day. Merritt Tierce has been pregnant five times and by her third pregnancy, she got an abortion. Tierce was in poverty at that time and she was depressed. She was occasionally having affairs therefore she had no idea who the father of her baby was, Tierce had another abortion a few years later due to an abusive relationship. Tierce explains these abortion experiences as something she regrets but has to do what she can to cope with it. These kind of actions often impact women mentally and physically. Abortion is when a fetus is killed inside a mother’s womb before it is even born. The impact of abortion in society is that it has no distinction between murdering a human being and allowing it to be tortured inside the mother’s womb before it got the chance to be a fully developed human. Although Roe v. Wade legalized abortion, the law needs to be overturned because it is murder, immoral, and inhumane. Abortion and murder go hand in hand due to the fact that innocent children are being killed everyday. Abortion should not be legalized because it is murder of an infant. Although many people would argue…

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