Martin Luther King And Cesar Chavez's Argument Against Abortion

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“I cannot understand anti-abortion arguments that centre on the sanctity of life. As a species we've fairly comprehensively demonstrated that we don't believe in the sanctity of life. The shrugging acceptance of war, famine, epidemic, pain and life-long poverty shows us that, whatever we tell ourselves, we've made only the most feeble of efforts to really treat human life as sacred.” - Caitlin Moran Abortion does what contraception does not necessarily do: it works. Let the abortion be as it is, it is the mother’s body and she can abort it as she wishes. The mother is not neglectful to have a baby, the mother may not be able to financially provide, the mother could have been raped, the mother could have not believed in adoption. The mother could have …show more content…

Should the policies be changed on the maybe fact that Martin Luther King and Cesar Chavez could have been person to save the world ? These are what “If’s”. What about Hitler being born , should he have been aborted then? Since the people are set on saying what about those people. It doesn’t justify the reasoning to not have an abortion on the fact that the people could have been of somewhat importance. Why bother keeping the child just for that supposedly reason that a fetus could become something of importance. Should it mean that the women conceiving the child should still have the baby even though they would die having them even if they do not know if the baby would not even have such an importance ? What if your mother had aborted you ? Well, if I'd never come into existence in the first place, I probably wouldn't have any strong feelings on the matter. I love my mother and I respect whatever decision she would have chosen. What I want is for the women to have access for a safe and legal abortion for when or if the women needs it. But when it comes down to it who should have the say in the abortion ? It should be the women

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