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Abortion

  • Date Submitted: 05/17/2011 07:31 AM
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•Though women have a hard time choosing abortion as an option for unwanted pregnancies, they have been making the choice for a long time.
•Ultimately, she is the one who would be going through the actual "Labor" of continuing pregnancy, delivering a baby, bringing it up, parenting it well, in addition to other obligations she has to do in her daily life. To get it done with little or no help from the partner and families needs a well-balanced body and mind.
•There is nothing called pro-choice and pro life. Both ideologies meet at one common point i.e. Pro-Life - Life of the baby and Life of the mother. Life of the baby ultimately depends on mother’s health and it's best to allow the mother to choose for her, WHEN she wants a baby.
•While we argue about the mental well being of a woman, how do others get to decide what would be more traumatic to the woman, abortion or; 'childbirth and the unending list of duties waiting to be accomplished'.
•An attempt to restrict the abortions would rise not only the percentage of illegal and unsafe abortions but also the expenses of the procedure. A new law would be needed to tackle the illegal abortions and further legal hassles would have no ends.
Legalize or not, abortions will always be a part of society. Deciding factor whether to abort or not would be different for different people. To one abortion can be traumatic, to the other forced childbirth can be equally traumatic. It’s impossible to decide a particular set of rules for all. It all depends on the multifaceted approach of each woman, her psychological strength, supportive circumstances that will not only help her decide but also being convinced about her decisions.

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