Abortion: Life or Death

Abortion is a topic that is often discussed, but what isn’t talked about as much is who actually gets to choose whether or not an abortion happens. Is it the woman who is pregnant? The person who got her pregnant? The government? Abortion is a complicated issue with many different opinions, and the answer to this question isn’t easy.

There are many different reasons why a woman might choose to have an abortion. Some might be because they feel like they can’t afford a child, others might feel like they aren’t ready for motherhood, and others might have health concerns that would make pregnancy dangerous. Whatever the reason may be, it should be up to the woman to decide whether or not she wants to have an abortion.

The person who got the woman pregnant shouldn’t get to decide whether or not she has an abortion. It’s her body, and it should be up to her to make that decision. The government shouldn’t be able to tell a woman what she can and can’t do with her own body. Abortion is a personal choice, and the government shouldn’t have any say in it.

Abortion and the killing of unwanted babies was tolerated in ancient Rome, but as our society has aged, it appears that such acts are no longer permissible by rational human beings, so that Canada, along with most other nations on Earth, subscribed to a UN declaration promising every person the right to life in 1948. The World Medical Association’s assembly in Geneva at the same time re-emphasized the sanctity of human life beginning at conception. This adherence was reaffirmed when the World Medical Association gathered in Oslo in 1970.

It is interesting to note that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which guarantees life, liberty and security of person to all Canadians, was written prior to the United Nations declaration in 1948. The writers of the Charter must have assumed that the right to life was implicit in the Declaration of Human Rights.

Since the Roe v. Wade decision in the United States in 1973, abortion has become one of the most controversial issues in that country. Abortion is a medical procedure used to end a pregnancy. It can be done using medication or surgery. Abortion is legal in Canada under certain circumstances. These circumstances are set out in section 287 of the Criminal Code. Abortion is also legal under certain circumstance in the United States under Roe v Wade.

There are two sides to the abortion debate: pro-choice and pro-life. Pro-choice people believe that women should have the right to choose whether or not to have an abortion. Pro-life people believe that abortion is wrong and that life begins at conception.

People who are pro-choice often say that a woman should be able to make her own decisions about her body. They believe that a woman should be able to choose whether she wants to have a baby or not. People who are pro-life often say that a fetus is a human life and that it is wrong to end a pregnancy.

There are many reasons why people might choose to have an abortion. Some people might choose to have an abortion because they are not ready to be a parent. Others might choose to have an abortion because the fetus has a problem that will make it very hard for the baby to survive after it is born. Abortion is also used as a form of birth control.

There are many people who are pro-choice and there are many people who are pro-life. It is important to remember that everyone has different opinions on this topic. It is important to respect the opinions of others, even if you do not agree with them.

The unborn human is still a human being, despite all of the wishful thinking by those who want to see abortion laws repealed. Those who would seek to safeguard the helpless infant that is yet too small to scream for its own protection have been accused of having a 19th century way of viewing life in the 21st century. But who, in reality, is employing arguments from the 19th century? It’s an indisputable truth of biological science: Make no mistake – from the moment of conception, a new human being is formed.

Abortion on demand is a barbaric and brutal practice, which takes the life of a defenceless human being. Abortion clinics are nothing more than butchers shops, and their personnel are nothing less than murderers. Abortion must be seen as the evil that it is, and the sooner this country wakes up to this fact, the better it will be for all of us. Abortion is not a matter of choice: It is the taking of an innocent life.

When faced with an unplanned pregnancy, many women feel they have two choices: to have an abortion or to give birth. But is this really the case? Is abortion really a choice? Or is it something that’s imposed on women? Abortion is often seen as a quick and easy way out of a difficult situation, but is it really that simple? Abortion is not a choice. It’s the taking of an innocent life.

When a woman decides to have an abortion, she’s not just choosing what to do with her own body. She’s also deciding whether or not to kill another human being. And that’s a decision that should never be taken lightly. Abortion is not a choice: It’s the taking of an innocent life.

Only those who subordinate their learning to their emotions may deny it: only those who are irrational or ignorant of science would question whether a new human being is produced when a sperm fertilizes an egg. A new human being that possesses genes in its cells that distinguish it from every other existing human being while nevertheless making it undeniably a member, as we all are, of the great human family.

Abortion is the taking of a human life. No one has the right to take the life of another human being, no matter what the circumstances. Abortion is murder and it should be treated as such. The taking of a human life is not a choice that anyone should have the power to make.

Abortion is not only morally wrong, it is also medically dangerous. Abortion can cause a woman physical pain and suffering, and it can even lead to death. In addition, abortion can have psychological effects on a woman that can last for years.

There are many alternatives to abortion, including adoption and parenting classes. There are also many organizations that can help women who are facing unplanned pregnancies.

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