Exploratory Essay On Pro Life

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Pro-life is defined as being opposed to legalized abortion. Pro-choice is to believe that individuals have unlimited autonomy with respect to their own reproductive systems as long as they do not breach the autonomy of others. A pro-choice affirms that celibacy and abstinence, contraception use, emergency contraception use, abortion when it is done in the first two trimesters of pregnancy and childbirth must remain legal. (Christian,2011) When we think of abortion, the first thing that we think of is killing of an unborn innocent child. I am against abortion, but I guess everybody has the right do to whatever they want and whatever they feel is best for them. When I hear of girls that had abortion and they act like they did nothing wrong it makes me…show more content…
It makes me angry because I know there are many people out there who would pay a fortune to have a child of their own and they can’t and to see somebody be so selfish is just unhuman like. Sometimes women are forced to abort their baby’s not because they don’t want them but because of health conditions. A friend of mine was five months pregnant, and the doctors discovered that the baby didn’t have all the organs. The doctor made it clear to her that the baby won’t survive once they cut the umbilical cord. She felt the baby move all the time and to think that she has to abort the baby was the most horrifying decision she had to make in her life. She kept telling the doctor that she won’t abort it, she hears the baby’s heart beat and she can’t kill her baby. Couple of weeks passed and she started feeling weaker and weaker. The doctor told her that there is no time they have to abort the baby because if they don’t her life is in jeopardy. The doctor was trying to make her understand that she is not doing anything wrong, she has another child that needs her and if they don’t do what has to be done that child will be without a mother. She had the abortion, and the minute they cut the
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