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Abortion in Society

We live in a nation built on the idea of freedom, freedom of choice and freedom of expression, yet we are not free. Abortion is an ever-present choice that every woman should and does have, not based on ones financial situation, cultural background or even age; it’s a choice that every woman has the right to. There are too many children being abandoned and given up for adoption every day and there should be some responsibility for ones actions, the children should not have to suffer for their parent’s faults. An abortion is a right as an individual, the right to decide what happens with ones body and the freedom to chose their own future. Abortion is a woman’s right and choice. In 1973 Roe vs. Wade was a landmark trail, which led to the legalization in all states for a woman to have an abortion. It is also the woman’s right to privacy with this abortion, because without legal abortion women would be denied their constitutional right of privacy and liberty. If abortion were illegal it would force poor women to bear and raise children they can't afford to bring up. There would be a number of unsafe abortions in back allies, causing harm to both the baby and the mother. It would also force women to give up their dreams and stay home to bring up babies. Worst of all, it would condemn victims to rape and incest to carry and nurture the offspring of their rapist. Who would stand for something that would allow this to happen? Women shouldn’t feel scared to have an abortion either. They should have to think about what is going to happen to them as they try to get an abortion, yet they do because they are picketing people outside harassing them. Some of the activists actually take it to extremes, such as bombing abortion clinics. Why would someone who believes in pro-life want to kill someone? Woman are born with rights, right to privacy and the right of choice. Adoptions are...

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