The Pros And Cons Of Roe V. Wade

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When the topic of abortion comes up many justify their opposition with it should be illegal because it takes away lives. However, the reversal of Roe v. Wade is a violation of human rights taking away women's rights to their bodies and placing a burden on women to go through a pregnancy that could result in the death of the child and the mother. Therefore, I believe that reversal of Roe V. Wade is unjust and shouldn't be followed. The ability to make decisions about your body has always been an important right for women, tracing back to the 1800s, women have been in a constant fight to be recognized as capable, independent, and allowed to live freely. By going backward in history to take away women's rights to their bodies by banning abortion, …show more content…

Wade also violates women's rights by taking away the liberty women was granted in the 60s. In 1973, the supreme court made a landmark decision ruling that the constitution of the united states “protects a women's liberty to be able to have an abortion.” So by overturning Roe v. Wade, the government is going back on the once constitutional right given to women, which can have many results for women and their circumstances of having to go through with a pregnancy. That statement leads me to my second reason why I believe Roe v. Wade is unconstitutional. Roe v. Wade originally was put in place to give women more freedom and rights to their bodies but the reversal places a burden to go through dangerous or harmful pregnancies that could result in the death of both the child and or the mother. Imagine if you were a father or husband and your wife went into labor or came for a doctor's appointment and you were told your wife and baby were high risks and could die if you went through with having the baby. It would be a shattering reality that would leave you with pending feelings of anxiety, but because of Roe v. “Wade you and your family have stayed in the reality that your wife could die along with your child, which doesn’t seem fair or

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