In The Eyes of an Antiabortionist: Adoption before Abortion Essay

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It’s basically just a way of saying “Hey, this person doesn’t deserve to live because I don’t want them to. ” In fewer than several cases, women get abortions for an “understandable” reason. Rape, with the case of incest is the only understandable reason in which I think abortion should be “legal”. First off, the child would be weirdly related to the mother, father & whatever other extra family members there are. Not to mention incest is legally forbidden. I’m sure that being raped by someone in your family can bring on lots of stress & confusion, so it is completely understandable why most would get abortions under this circumstance. Other than rape & incest, I see no fathomable reason as to why it should be legal for someone to …show more content…
Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy, whether it is naturally (miscarriage) or it can be induced, which is when a woman lawfully decides that she does not want to have a baby. Abortion takes place all over the world, for multiple reasons. It started nearly 200 years ago. The reason I chose this topic is because it is commonly debated about & personally, I am pro-life under certain circumstances. There are two different abortion types; medical & surgical. A medical abortion consists of, obviously, taking medications. Some of which prevent the growth of increasing cells & others are capable of blinding progesterone & contracting the uterus to where it pushing out the pregnancy. Surgical abortions, on the other hand, consist of numerous approaches. Some of these approaches include using a syringe to suck the embryonic tissues out of a woman’s uterus, & the other one are when the surgeon numbs the cervix, makes it wider, & uses a tube to clean out the uterus. There are two trimesters in a full abortion process. The first trimester is normally when a female is 12 weeks pregnant or less & she’ll go through the basic clinic steps. In the second trimester, depending on how far a woman is in her pregnancy, the doctor will dilate the woman’s cervix.
The argument pro-life / pro-choice has been going on for about 30-40 years (Roe v. Wade 1973), in which they declared it an “essential right”. I have more than enough reasons as to why I am pro-life

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