Abortion – Pro-Choice

Abortion is one of the most controversial debated topics of this day and age.The reason for this surrounds the idea of whether the induced removal of the fetus is murder or rather in the best interest of the mother.Pro-life activists debate that all life in the instant of its conception is innocent and deserves a chance at life.They also believe that God chooses its time of life and death, not the mother.Pro-choice followers often argue in favor of science and the United States Constitutional Ninth Amendment, which holds freedom of choice sacred.Thefirst patient is the mother, and she is the one who allows the pregnancy to happen or not.Personally, I am pro-choice; however, I am not pro-abortion.Pro-abortionists believe abortion is right for whatever reason the mother has, and basically acts as a sort of contraceptive.This displays a poor conscience and lack of responsibility.This paper will argue in favor of pro-choice while reinforcing the wrongs of pro-abortion.
The strongest point of argument of pro-choice versus pro-life activists is the idea of when the fetus is living.For pro-life activists, there are two opinions.Thefirst overwhelming opinion is that once the child is conceived, it is living.The second follows the idea that once a mother feels the child "kick," which is around the eighth week, it is living.For pro-choice activists, scientific fact argues that the fetus is absolutely "unable to sustain life outside the woman's womb." (Planning Parenthood)The fetus creates no genuine brain wave activity until the third trimester of the pregnancy, and only instinctual electric impulses prior to that.Its cerebral cortex does not appear until the second trimester, thus meaning it can feel no pain in itsfirst 12 weeks of gestation.Another conclusion scientists have reached is that all movement prior to the development of the cerebral cortex has no real pu

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