The debates are basically divided into "Pro-Life" and "Pro-Choice". Pro-life supporters want abortion to be illegal and not performed anywhere. Pro-choice supporters want the choice to be up to the woman and no one else. There is no ethical way to decide between the two subjects and it's all based on what the person's moral values.
Available in a Ukrainian translation. But this can happen to anyone, including women who are strongly anti-choice.
So what does an anti-choice woman do when she experiences an unwanted pregnancy herself? Often, she will grin and bear it, so to speak, but frequently, she opts for the solution she would deny to other women -- abortion.
In the spring ofI collected the following anecdotes directly from abortion doctors and other clinic staff in North America, Australia, and Europe. Names have been omitted to protect privacy. During her whole stay at the clinic, we felt that she was not quite right, but there were no real warning bells.
She insisted that the abortion was her idea and assured us that all was OK. She went through the procedure very smoothly and was discharged with no problems.
A quite routine operation. Next morning she was with her mother and several school mates in front of the clinic with the usual anti posters and chants. It appears that she got the abortion she needed and still displayed the appropriate anti views expected of her by her parents, teachers, and peers.
As I was completing her procedure, I asked what she planned to do about her high office in the RTL organization. Just last week a woman announced loudly enough for all to hear in the recovery room, that she thought abortion should be illegal.
Amazingly, this was her second abortion within the last few months, having gotten pregnant again within a month of the first abortion.
The nurse handled it by talking about all the carnage that went on before abortion was legalized and how fortunate she was to be receiving safe, professional care. However, this young woman continued to insist it was wrong and should be made illegal.
Four months later, she called me on Christmas Eve to tell me that she was not and never was pro-choice and that we failed to recognize that she was clinically depressed at the time of her abortion. The purpose of her call was to chastise me for not sending her off to the psych unit instead of the procedure room.
She was pleasant to me and our initial discussion was mutually respectful. Later, she told someone on my staff that she thought abortion is murder, that she is a murderer, and that she is murdering her baby.
So before doing her procedure, I asked her if she thought abortion is murder -- the answer was yes. I asked her if she thought I am a murderer, and if she thought I would be murdering her baby, and she said yes.
But murder is a crime, and murderers are executed. Is this a crime? Well, it should be, she said. At that point, she became angry and hostile, and the summary of the conversation was that she regarded me as an abortion-dispensing machine, and how dare I ask her what she thinks.
After explaining to her that I do not perform abortions for people who think I am a murderer or people who are angry at me, I declined to provide her with medical care.
I do not know whether she found someone else to do her abortion. Wade, abortion became legal but had to be performed in a hospital. That of course was changed later.
About three months later, this born-again Christian called me to explain that he was against abortion but his daughter was only a junior in high school and was too young to have a baby and he was also afraid that if she did have a baby she would not want to put it up for adoption.
I told him he did not need to explain the situation to me. I asked her why she went such a long way to get the procedure. She planned to return to the group when she went back to South Carolina.
With a gleaming smile, she added: She told me that she had been offended by the other women in the abortion clinic waiting room because they were using abortion as a form of birth control, but her condom had broken so she had no choice! I had real difficulty not pointing out that she did have a choice, and she had made it!
Just like the other women in the waiting room. While going over contraceptive options, they shared that they were Pro-Life and disagreed with abortion, but that the patient could not afford to raise a child right now.
She said she and her husband had been discussing this pregnancy for months. I told her I only wanted what was best for her, and I would not do the abortion unless she agreed that it was in her best interest.Abortion Argument: Pro-Life or Pro-Choice?
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Free Argumentative Essay on Abortion, Pro-life. December 4, Abortion, Pro-Life. Abortion refers to a practice whereby a pregnancy is terminated with the outcome being the death of a human fetus (Hillar, ). Due to the reason that abortionists believe abortion to be a wise choice on any occasion that is deemed suitable by the.
Pro-choice abortion Man was born with an inalienable aspect of choice and it is with this aspect that the person will die holding to, indeed, at individual levels people have even the choice between living and death and can decided to end their lives even without informing anyone about it.
This is probably one of the toughest questions to answer as a pro-lifer and I fully expect to receive a lot of hate mail about this commentary.