Abortions are not nearly as safe as many think for the mother, physically or mentally. Abortion also happens to not be the only alternative to having a child, but many see it as that. Abortion is wrong and should not be permitted anywhere, because abortion is basically the murdering of an unborn child, many physical and psychological risks and damages come from abortion, and lastly, there are numerous other ways to get out of parenting an unwanted child than abortion. Since life begins at conception, abortion is similar to murder, as it is the act of taking human life. No civilized society permits one human to intentionally harm or take the life of another human without punishment, and abortion is no different.
No matter how a person views abortion its still homicide. A person can’t go out and kill another without getting convicted of homicide. Why can a mother kill her unborn baby? Now I’m not saying a woman that has no other option and feels it’s best to have an abortion is committing homicide. Like stated before, there are certain cases in which I agree abortion should be considered.
Murder = Rehab? There are times in this country when the U.S. Justice System prevails, but there also times when the people have absolutely no idea how justice works. Here we have two criminal cases where only one criminal was actually sentenced to a very deserved prison term. In the other case, due to ridiculously irrelevant circumstances, no prison sentence was given. In the state of Wisconsin in 1992, Felicia Morgan was seventeen-years-old when she was tried as an adult for first-degree murder.
Yet authorities solved 75 percent of the killings in Philadelphia, 92 percent in Denver and 94 percent in San Diego. Ramsey’s cases as well as other cases such as, Jack the Ripper, The Zodiac Killer and the O.J. Simpson Trial are examples of cases that have gone unsolved for too long. Should cases be closed if evidence is found prior to the dismissal of a case? Evidence was found for Ramsey’s case but yet her case was closed because they couldn’t find a match to the DNA found.
Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Canada Background For years, many people have struggled to get permission to die. For example, in 1992, Sue Rodriguez, a terminal patient of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), questioned the legitimacy of the Criminal Code Section 24 that says: “a person who helps or advises another person to perpetrate suicide even if suicide materializes or not is responsible for a criminal offence and subject to spend time in jail.” Rodriguez claimed that by not allowing her to choose how and when to die, she was denied her right to “life, liberty and security of the person.” Her case went to the Supreme Court but she didn’t win. A short time later she killed herself with the help of an unknown medic. The past year in June, Quebec passed the Act Respecting End of Life Care, by-passing the Criminal Code, by incorporating medically assisted death into provincial health care legislation. It is expected that this new law takes effect by the end of this year.
The mother could be physically, mentally, or emotionally unwell and not capable of being pregnant or having a child without endangering her health; the pregnancy could have possibly been the result of a terrible crime, such as rape or incest; the fetus could be unhealthy and be a danger to the mother's health. I truly believe that abortion is a good thing if used right. Many people are not ready to have another human in their life and raise it improperly. In 1987 a study was done to the woman who had abortions, to find out the
This is wrong and should not be allowed. Nothing else in the world matters except the value of human life. You cannot go out and kill someone and get away with it just because you feel like it. Why does that not apply to abortion? Most women will have regret and long term complications after having an abortion.
But whatever the situation, there is never an acceptable reason to get an abortion. There are many reasons why a woman should not have an abortion. The reason I think that women should not choose to have an abortion is: it is called murder, it can cause medical complications later in life, and there’s no such thing as an unwanted child. First Abortion is called murder. Even if a mother is willing to accept the consequences, she is taking away a human life.
Shannon Green Psychology of drug abuse Opinion paper 4 Should pregnant drug users be prosecuted? Pregnant drug users should not be prosecuted. Carolyn Carter argues that the reason they should not be prosecuted because “the prosecution of pregnant drug users is unfair because poor women are more likely to be the targets of such prosecution. To enable pregnant women who use drugs to receive perinatal care, it is necessary to define their drug use as a health problem rather than as a legal problem.” I agree 100 % with the entire quote. I can identify with this topic because at 18 years old my younger cousin was on drugs and pregnant and was sent to jail all at the same time.
This perspective is most common in westernized and developed countries. They believe that these acts should be considered abuse and a violation of human rights because FGM can expose these young girls and women to many diseases and post traumatic disorders (ENDFGM). The people who live in a country with patriarchal and oppressive views see FGM as a rite of passage and female infanticide as a necessity. FGM is performed because they believe women are unclean if they have not gone through the procedure and that a women’s virginity before marriage is a must and thus by having women