Abortion: I Am Pro-Life Essay

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One of the most controversial issues in society today is abortion, and as of now, is morally acceptable because of Roe vs. Wade. However, when a study taken by Minnesota reveals that women who have had an abortion have 10 times the risk of committing suicide than women who have not had an abortion, it’s time to seriously think about whether or not abortion should be acknowledged as morally right. Considered by some to be a form of murder, anti-abortion laws should apply to all women in order to prevent any emotional mishaps of the abortion victim and to save the lives of the innocent human beings not yet born.
Pro-Choice advocates believe that abortion should be legalized because they feel it is necessary to empower women with choice.
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A theory about religion is that life starts at conception. People with other beliefs should not be forced to abide by this certain theory. Legal abortion today states that human life starts at birth, but when a baby is born, it grows and develops into a teenager, then a mature adult, until it finally becomes old and dies. Humans are made to develop and change, so a human becomes a human during conception. According to strong pro-choice advocates, until someone knows for sure when human life begins, it is not possible to know that abortion is the killing of a person, so for now, it is morally right if a woman wants to get an abortion.
Women have rights that give them access to make their own choices, but the killing of an unborn child is never a good choice to make. A woman’s right to privacy says that she has the right to make any decision without government interference. The government should not influence women because only they know if they are ready for a child. If a woman becomes pregnant, it is most likely her fault for being involved in sexual activity before ready to become a parent. If she is not ready to be a mother, give the child up for adoption, but do not kill it! Another right guaranteed to woman is the right to decide

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