I think it's the biggest mistake. I'll never do this.
I'm in favor of it being avaiable, but would prefer to see it minimized a much as possible by contraception counseling and easy availability
i think in certain cases it is fine,like if a women got rapes.and didnt want the child,that fine
I feel it is a very difficult decision best left between a woman, her family and her God.
It's the lady's choice in my opinion.
I feel like considering the protection children have these days abortions are the most merciful gift you can give a child. <br />
No one gives a s hit about what happens to the kid after birth. That's why there's so many child sex slaves. A very large majority of the people who are against abortion tell themselves they don't room in their home for another mouth to feed so they leave these kids to the wolves. <br />
Until we have a world where children are protected from rapists, sexual predators, pedofiles, molesters, killers, etc I feel that the best thing one can do is prevent an unwanted baby from coming into this world only to be cast aside like garbage and left to suffer, thus usually becoming a part of what's wrong with this world.
It's always unfortunate when you have to kill something, but killing is a necessary action in life.
If people would become responsible, we will Never have to ask this question. What its come down to is Maturity... Think Before You have sex
I personally would never do it, but lm certainly not going to judge someone who does. That's not my place. I am pro-choice and don't want the government telling me what I can do with my body.
personal choice some have to make early in life who am I to judge them.
An abortion that stops a beating heart is infanticide, and no young woman has the right to kill a child simply because it inconveniences her. It's a child, not a choice.
It's a medical procedure on a woman and it should be the choice of the woman whether she has one performed on her own body. Everything else is just dramatics.
I think it should be the woman 's choice since it's her body.
No qualms about it, and when it comes down to it not my decision to make.
It isn't a baby yet, she says <br />
But in her selfish ob<x>jection <br />
She fails to accept the miraculous truth <br />
Life begins at conception <br />
It's her decision to make, you say <br />
We all make our own choices <br />
If that's what you believe, one question <br />
What about the silenced voices? <br />
-- me ♥
I'm in between on the issue. I don't think it should be banned outright, but I also don't think it's this wonderful procedure that should require no more thought or foresight than going for a haircut. I'd rather see more promotion of the "morning after pill" along with lots more education about proper birth control, in exchange for a ban on partial-birth abortions, which are just plain heinous. I just don't like the all-or-nothing approach taken by both sides. On the one hand you have MORONS who talk about "legitimate rape" and "turning off fertility with your mind," and on the other hand, you have loons who think even a 12-year-old should be whisked out of state to get a third-trimester abortion with no questions asked. It would be nice to have some responsible adult thinking on this issue for a change.
Every abortion: <br />
-Ensures a woman doesn't have to bring an unwanted child into the world<br />
-Helps keep the population down<br />
-Doesn't effect the baby because it doesn't have a life to lose: it isn't conscious, has no personality, no hobbies, no love of music, isn't aware of anything. Basically, it isn't really alive (which is what separates abortion from murder)<br />
Long story short, I'm pro-choice, mo-fo! But all that being said, I think the bigger problem is that too many people are having children, and treating s_x like it's a game. There's too much f_cking going on!
It should not be used as a birth control method. Seems to me like there are plenty of ways to avoid getting pregnant these days.