March 17th 2015
Pro-life vs. Pro-choice
The issue of abortion in the United States will always be a controversial one. Developing two sides of the debate, pro-life and pro-choice. Pro-life are the individuals who do not believe in the option of abortion. Pro-choice are the individuals who believe every woman has the choice to go through with their pregnancy or to not. Despite their contrasts, pro-life and pro-choice explore valid ideas of religion, law and health care in their debates.
Supporters of the movement pro-life vs pro-choice use religion to justify their beliefs. Pro-choice looks to Judaism for their answers. They have this ...view middle of the document...
Many pro-choice activists saw this as a day of moving forward. But the pro-life campaign saw this as ten steps backwards. Reasons why someone would abort their pregnancy could be from rape, or the mother is ill would not survive the pregnancy, or the timing isn’t reasonable with the mother. All of these are logical and detrimental decisions, but the pro-life advocates do not excuse any circumstance. Abortion is considered murder no matter what. Pro-choice argues with “If we take away the woman’s right to choose, we will be limiting her other rights as well?” (Coleman). Exploring the rights a woman should have to her own body is the side pro-choice is making. Pro-life just eliminates all possibilities and shoots it down.
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary the definition of an Abortion is “a medical procedure used to end a pregnancy most often performed in the first 28 weeks of the pregnancy” (Webster). Some concern people have with abortion is that it is not always healthy for the woman carrying. But that is untrue. Pro-choice advocates researched and discovered it is not damaging as long as it is in the first twenty weeks of the pregnancy. “The research discovered that women are actually 14 times...