Abortion Essay

549 WordsOct 6, 20113 Pages
Abortion is a highly controversial and debatable subject. In my opinion, abortions are immoral and unethical. It should not be legal to let someone take the life of an innocent child, whether it is born or unborn. Just because the baby is not fully developed, that does not mean that it is not alive. The life cycle starts from the second of conception and to forcefully remove the baby from the womb before it is ready is flat out murder. If it is against the law to kill a regular person, then why do women have the right to kill unborn children? There are other alternatives to having an abortion. With 1.5 million American families wanting to adopt, there is no such thing as an unwanted child. There are an abundance of women in the world who are unable to have children but would give anything to have one, while these women are literally disposing of their babies as if they were garbage. If you do not want the baby, someone else in the world would be overjoyed to bring home the new born child. According to about.com, an abortion can result in medical complications later in life. The risk of ectopic pregnancies doubles, and the chance of a miscarriage and pelvic inflammatory disease also increases. In the occasion of rape and incest, proper medical care can make certain that a woman will not get pregnant. Abortion punishes the unborn child who committed no crime; instead, it is the perpetrator who should be punished. If you are willing to have sex, you should be responsible enough to use proper contraception if you are not able to properly care for a child if you were to get pregnant. However, the only way to guarantee that you will not have any unwanted pregnancies is to remain abstinent. According to buzzle.com, an abortion is also related to the increase of chances of breast, uterine, and cervical cancer in women. Not only do abortions hurt innocent babies, but it

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