This essay Pro-Life Essay has a total of 409 words and 2 pages.
The unborn human is still a human life and not all the wishful thinking of those advocating repeal of abortion laws, can alter this. Who chooses life or death for this little one because abortion is the taking of a human life? The health of women who are mentally ill before they become pregnant, is not improved by an abortion. Are there any medical indications for abortion? As an opponent to abortion, I will readily agree, as will all those who are against abortion, that pregnancy resulting from rape or incest is a tragedy. Not content with the Abortion Act of 1969 which allows 40,000 unborn children to be killed legally Singapore in 1973, many noisy and emotional people are campaigning for abortion on request. Men more than women thought it too hard. Those campaigning for further liberalization of the abortion law, hope to make abortion available and safe for all who wish it during a pregnancy. Before exploring the reality of so-called safe abortion, let me tell you a little method of procuring an abortion. Those seeking repeal of the present abortion law will rapidly point out that nevertheless, it is safer to have a legal abortion than illegal abortions, safer for the women that is. Liberalized abortion laws do not eliminate illegal, back street abortions and in some cases, the overall number of illegal abortions actually rise, usually stays stagnant, and rarely falls. The overall pregnancy rate rockets and people become careless with contraception and a women can have 3 or 4 abortions during the time of one full term pregnancy.
Would limiting abortions to accredited hospitals make it safer? No, repealing the abortion law does not make it possible for every woman to safely eliminate, what is for her, an unwanted pregnancy. I have heard it said that is abortions became available on request, many less children would be born and we could use the pleasant delivery suites and postnatal beds for abortions. Who will pay for their abortions? I know one full term pregnancy costs most than an abortion, but not much more. Abortion on demand a woman's right to choose not to continue an unplanned pregnancy would prevent there being unwanted children in this country, so we are told. There is nothing more pitiable or heat rending that an unwanted fetus becoming an unwanted babe or an unwanted babe becoming an unwanted child, or an unwanted child becoming an embittered adult.
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