There are boundless reasons as to why a woman may not be capable of carrying a fetus, should not carry a fetus, or simply does not want to carry a fetus. Which life has more intrinsic value, and who has the right to decide?
The fetus of a pregnancy that very well may kill a woman with preeclampsia, a fetus resulting from a rape, or the fetus of a woman who is unable to afford prenatal care? Regardless of her reason to abort, denying a woman of that personal choice would effectively deny her of the most basic human liberties.2.
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Calling it, a person, therefore, is ludicrous, to say the least. Basing on this, therefore, we can say that it is the woman’s right to choose on the issue.
The Law states that a pregnant woman can procure an abortion for reasons including rape, incest, accidental pregnancies, teen pregnancies, health risks or birth defects.
Thankfully, my mother immediately explained the paramount issues with my lacking argument.
From then on, and with the additional help of my own research, I have strongly strongly identified as pro-choice.1.
This conclusion, however, does not account for the general population who may support abortion in some ways but not all (Jelen and Wilcox, 2003).
In this argumentative essay on abortion pro-life, I shall attempt to provide my suggestions on why I believe we have an obligation to preserve humanity or ‘human life’.