Growing up as a young girl, getting pregnant, having babies and making a family is a dream for most girls. Having kids is a big deal because that is when the matureness kicks in and when time comes around with playing mommy, waking up early, feeding, and stress. Becoming pregnant is a lot of work and I believe it takes time and it is a preparation game. Some parents get pregnant unexpectedly and want to have the kid and others would like to kill the fetus because the parents aren 't ready to have a baby. In my eyes I believe that abortions should not be happening because there is plenty of ways to protect the body, other options instead of killing the baby, and harming another human being that could be alive.
Women have the moral right to choose what to do with their body. A woman should not be forced into motherhood because of an unwanted pregnancy. Denying a woman the right to choose to have an abortion will condemn her to be financially liable and take care of an unwanted child for 18 years. Many people who take the pro-life stance fail to acknowdledge the hardships and difficulties of motherhood. They argue that “babies should be saved” yet how they plan to save children from a rough and tumoltous life when 73% of women who have abortions do it because they are unable to afford and provide for a child and 48% would be single mothers; all factors that affect children’s development and progress in life (“U.S.
At the end of the day, it will be up to the parents on whether they will want to use the womb. Now you may think if the artificial womb can help the baby then wouldn’t it be obvious to just go with that option? It would be better to go with that option, but the mother may be too emotionally attached to the baby she wouldn’t want to let the doctors use the womb on her baby since the number of months she would have to be apart from them may seem long in her point of view. This can cause complications between the doctors and parents, because it is up to the doctors to help as many patients as they can, and that baby is one of their patients. The doctors will have given the choice to the parents and they will have to follow the decisions that the parents choose to
Many adults yearn to add to their lives by having or adopting children. When people are unable to adopt or to bear children, perhaps because of illness, infertility, or disability, they might enter into a business relationship called commercial surrogacy. This term describes the practice of paying an unrelated woman, also called a surrogate mother, a sum of money for carrying the child. The would-be parents also pay the birth mother 's medical costs. Commercial surrogacy is seen by some families as the answer to their dreams.Others, however, see the practice as nothing other than buying babies.
In fact, some writers would argue that it is a part of God’s plan from the beginning. As he admonishes that women should train and nurture godly children (MacArthur,). Moreover, some infertile women take this admonition seriously as they seek alternative ways to ensure they fulfil the mandate of becoming a mother. These alternatives include hiring a surrogate mother. “A surrogate mother is a woman who becomes pregnant usually by artificial insemination or surgical implantation of a fertilized egg for the purpose of carrying the foetus to term for another woman” (Merriam
Many misguided souls believe that adoption is the better alternative to abortion. In reality, this is not supported by logic and facts. The adoption system is in a negative state, which underpaid workers and kids without future plans. Likewise, a female may get an abortion because pregnancy is too dangerous or giving birth is too expensive- not because she does not wish to raise a child. Another common philosophy is that pregnancy is a consequence of not using contraception during sex.
As this husband and wife face the challenges associated with infertility, they resort to a process referred to as In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). In doing so, the wife borrows an egg from her sister, which would be inserted into her uterus. In exchange, the sister receives a needed kidney from the wife. And in some peculiar way, the trade may be deemed reasonable by many. However, whereas the sister’s kidney transplant was a success, the egg does not attach to the wife’s uterus.
Myths about gay couples adopting When a regular couple announce that they are going to have a baby, they usually get a congratulation. When a couple announce that they are going to adopt they might get a slightly different reaction. And when a gay couple announce that they are going to adopt they may get a very different reaction. Often they get some concerned looks and a lot of questions. When Lyenne Elvins from Bristol told people at work that she was going to adopt with her girlfriend Emma they got responses like “are you even allowed to do that?” and “why do you even want to do that?” One of her colleagues even took her to the side and told her to not tell people that she was adopting, because some people would really disapprove of this.
Infertility, as defined, it is the biological inability of an individual to contribute to conception, or to a female who cannot carry a pregnancy to the extent of a full term. Again, infertility, one word that could eventually ruin their marriage lives. Not really to ruin their marriage, but to the extent that they cannot have a baby in a natural process, just like other couples do. Because we know that in general, most of the couple wants to have a baby in just the natural way. Plus it is not-that-so-expensive compared to the unusual way.
Surrogacy: An Ethical Implementation or a Mere Exploitation? By definition, surrogacy “describes a reproductive model where a woman carries a pregnancy and delivers a child on behalf of a couple where the woman is unable to do so, because of a congenital or acquired uterine abnormality, or because of a serious medical contraindication to pregnancy.” (Milliez, 2008) Surrogacy first came into light and started as “traditional surrogacy”, which typically involves a husband of an infertile wife to furnish his sperm to a “surrogate” woman who supplies half of the genetic material for the baby as well as carrying the pregnancy and enduring the delivery. The surrogate mother is often compensated for carrying the baby and for her expenses and is expected to turn the baby over to the contracting couple at birth. Today, traditional surrogacy has been replaced by gestational surrogacy in which the birth mother has no genetic tie to the child: she is simply the bearer. Surrogacy has become an increasingly important topic in today’s world.