Essay On Abortion Is Murder

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Abortion is a controversial topic that has been shaped by a great deal of issues and debates that have been created. In today’s society, abortion may seem convenient and benefit millions of men and women, but they are abused by many who use them as a contraceptive. Regardless of these accessible benefits and feelings of empowerment by having reproductive rights, this promotes a throwaway culture, shows the amount of irresponsibility had with these men and women, and is the murder of a human life; nevertheless, abortions should still be available for women who get raped or if their baby will not survive but for a few hours after birth, or if the mother cannot physically have the child. Abortions have numerous harmful effects and should be regulated…show more content…
Unborn babies are still human beings and have the right to life just as anyone else would. It is unfair to make decisions for a child when they didn’t choose to be brought into the world, but since they were, they should be able to live the life rightfully given to them. According to Judie Brown, “Abortion kills a human being; abortion stops a beating heart; abortion at any stage of an individual’s biological development is murder!” (Brown, “Face the Facts: Abortion Is Murder”) This quote blatantly states the ultimate truth about abortion and also says that no matter what stage the pregnancy is at, an abortion that is performed is murder. One of the largests abortion clinics has done millions of abortions, along with other health programs, but Joshua Denton found that, “Planned Parenthood has killed over 7.6 million babies since it legally began performing abortions in 1973 following the Roe v. Wade decision.” (Denton, “Planned Parenthood Killed 321,384 Babies Last Year Bringing Total Killed to Over 7.6 Million”) Planned Parenthood knowingly kills hundreds of thousands of babies every year and even tries to convince communities that are pro life convert to pro choice. They even try to pass different laws in different countries, such as Guyana, to allow middle class citizens access to health care providers who can perform abortions, which is increasing the death toll of unborn babies who are murdered around the
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