Words of Wisdom:

"Be who you are not who you want to be" - Diane

Essays for Social Issues: Abortion

  1. Who Am I ?
    Who Am I? Well since I have to describe myself I am a 35 year old Caucasian woman. I would have to say I am racist in a way to Mexicans the ones that...
  2. Teen Suicide
    Running head: TEEN SUICIDE Teen Suicide Liberty University Abstract Adolescent suicide is a national problem. The risk factors for suicidal behaviors are numerous...
  3. Teenage Identity Issue
    India Williams Mrs.Driver Pre Ap English 10 31 January 2012 Teen Issues: Teen Identity Crisis The world famous teenage...
  4. Abandoning Abortion
    It is amazing to hear the continuous debates that arise on the issue of abortion. Positions are taken on ‘what conditions possibly make abortion fair?’, and at ‘what point is a fetus really a human being?, etc.<br /> <br /> For me the...
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  5. Abortion Clinics Should Not Be Closed in the Usa
    In 1973, the Supreme Court’s decision made it possible for women to get safe, legal abortions from well-trained medical surgeons, and therefore led to dramatic decreases in pregnancy-related injury and death (“abortion”). Now there...
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  6. Abortion Ending. Me Inside.
    My qualms with Planned Parenthood, are as follows, and very strongly I say, the institution is the careless, disgruntled teenager\'s answer to eighteen hells. Abortion Day. Abortion Day! Abortion Day at Planned Parenthood, women flock to the waiting...
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  7. Anti Abortion - the Truth of Abortion
    \"And, behold, one came and said unto Him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? And He said unto him, Why callest thou me good? There is none good but One, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the...
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  8. Challenges to the Constitution
    Abortion represents yet another challenge to the US constitution. Abortion is not supported by the due process clause of the 14th amendment. According to the Roe V. Wade in 1973 decision, Supreme Court that declared a pregnant woman is entitled...
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  9. A Pregnant Society Deprived of Media Literacy
    A Pregnant Society Deprived of Media Literacy In America, the alarming birthrate seems like it is constantly increasing. Schools seem to be overpopulated and there is a...
  10. Forever Wrong
    Emily sits in the back of the taxi cradling her stomach not saying a word, the driver in unaware of what has just happened. Her mind wonders and all she can think about is what could have been, she daydreams of holding her newborn baby in her arms...
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  11. Increasing Crimes
    INCREASING CRIMES/SUICIDES AMONG THE YOUTH OF INDIA. INCREASING CRIME RATES AMONG THE YOUTH IN INDIA. Introduction: Open any newspaper or tune into any news channel...
  12. Legal or Not
    Many woman feel trap once they find out they are pregnant with an unplanned pregnancy, these woman become overwhelm with feelings of terror and hopeless choosing the a quick unmoral decision: Abortion.<br /> <br /> Many countries have their...
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  13. Assessment Process and Needs
    Assessment Process and Needs Statement The Human Services Association, located in Bell Gardens, California, 15 miles southeast of Los Angeles, has as its purpose, the...
  14. Partial Birth Abortion: Mercy or Infanticide?
    Abstract <br /> <br /> Partial birth abortion is a controversial method of abortion late in a woman’s pregnancy in which the baby is aborted by a craniotomy. Two organizations are commonly affiliated with abortion: Pro-choice supports...
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  15. Pro-Choice=Pro-Family+Pro-Child
    Abortion is one of the most controversial issues in America today. There are approximately 1.5 million abortions every year in this country. It was legal in the 1970s. However, pro-life activists argue that it is no different than murder. Should...
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  16. The International War on Drugs
    The direct relationship between illegal narcotics and violence is one that is expressed by a rising body count. The international war on drugs has taken a drastic turn for...
  17. Should Abortion Clinics Be Closed?
    In 1973, the supreme court decision known as Roe v. wade, made it possible for woman to get safe, legal abortions from well-trained medical practitioners and therefore led to dramatic decreases in pregnancy-related injury and death. Now the policy...
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  18. Domestic Violence
    Comp1 June 10, 2012 “Almost four million women are beaten in their homes every year by their male partner. On average, four women are murdered every day by their male...
  19. Should Women Have the Right to Make the Decision?
    Abortion: Should women have the right <br /> to make that decision?<br /> <br /> According to Planned Parenthood, “Abortion is a way to end pregnancy. Sometimes, an embryo or fetus stops developing and the body expels it. This is called...
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  20. Surrogacy
    In today\'s society, couples with breeding problems and homosexual couples have been increasing. There are a lot of reason which causes them not to be able to breed any child. There can by body problems, or other problems. Those couples will...
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  21. The Effects of Abortion
    Abortion was created to aid in certain situations in which a woman could not or did not want to give birth to a child and to care for the child. Abortion is a method in which the baby still in the mother’s womb or the living embryo/fetus is...
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