"Thou Shalt Not Kill" So Take That Into Consideration

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“I feel that the greatest destroyer of peace today is ‘Abortion’, because it is war against the child…A direct killing of the innocent child, ‘Murder’ by the mother herself… And if we can accept that a mother can kill even her own child, how can we tell other people not to kill one another? How do we persuade a woman not to have an abortion? As always, we must persuade her with love… And we remind ourselves that love means to be willing to give until it hurts.”(Mother Teresa) In the debate over abortion, I’m persuaded that people shouldn’t get an abortion no matter how bad the situation. Abortion is a controversial topic because of some people views on accepting abortion; However many ...view middle of the document...

Annually there are 78% teenagers that become pregnant unintended. There are 38% of women that gets abortions. There are 61% of parents aware of their daughter pregnancy. There are 46 states that allow mothers who are under age to give their child up for adoption without their parents knowing. Women streamed into emergency rooms with serious complications - perforations of the uterus, retained placentas, severe bleeding, cervical wounds, rampant infections, poisoning, shock, and gangrene. Nation Abortion Federation (2010). There are many complication when you have an abortion that’s why women should be encourage not to get an abortion and continue to grow the population. When you get an abortion you are more than likely to get pregnant again. After getting so many abortion when you decide you want to have kids you more than likely can’t hold a baby from getting too many abortions.
There had been a large amount of abortion occurring. According to the RH bill there are three types of classified abortions: planned abortion, home abortion, and peer pressure abortion. Cruz, E.P. (2011) Women that is not ready for a child should use prevention or abstain from having sex. There are over the counter tablets such as plan B one can purchase at Walgreens. There are condoms you could purchase also if you are allergic to latex you can use a condom that’s made out of plastic. There are a lot of resources about family planning and many pregnancy preventions. There are women that can’t have kids due to infertile reasons. The women that can’t have kids would be more than happy to adopt a baby. Everyone should take a second and think before they abort another human being. Having a child is a beautiful thing. Some people get abortions because they got rape but theirs alternative reason such as adoption.
As expected, both benevolent and hostile sexism predicted attitudes toward elective abortion, but only benevolent sexism predicted attitudes toward traumatic abortion. Osborne, D., &Davis, P. G. (2012). There are various risks of abortion that could have a big impact on your health. It can cause stress disorder. If women are able to lie in the bed and have sex then they should be able to carry a baby. Abortion could affect you mentally. There are case's ability to capture the attention of the international community...

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