Okay. So, I fully respect a woman’s right to choose. However, I do feel like there should be a definite point during pregnancy that marks when an abortion is no longer an option because some of the later surgical procedures sound pretty inhumane.
Birth control is great, and the Day After Pill is a way to prevent pregnancy in the case of a defective condom, unprotected sex, rape, etc. by terminating the pregnancy only hours after insemination. Some of the other forms of abortion using pharmaceutical products early in the pregnancy seem simple and do not require the aid of a physician while allowing the pregnancy to be terminated in the most harmless way possible.
The further into the pregnancy one goes, the bigger the fetus becomes and the more difficult it is to remove. That being said, the procedures become more complicated. For details on the various procedures, click here. I don’t know about you, but those that occur very late in the pregnancy sound a bit horrifying. Is there any way to improve this process to make it a bit less murder-y? Or at least create an abortion window to avoid such extreme and inhumane sounding procedures?
As I said, I support the right to choose. Not everyone has the opportunity or desire to care for a child, and every person’s situation is unique. If a woman feels that having an abortion is the right choice for them, then it is the right choice.
Yes, adoption is an option which I support 1000% but not everyone has the opportunity to go through with a pregnancy. Forcing someone to go through with a pregnancy that could be 1) mentally or physically harmful to the mother, 2) put the baby in an unsafe environment after birth, or 3) require someone to keep an unwanted baby, whether it was due to unwillingness or circumstance. Babies deserve to grow up safely and be loved and well cared for. If a mother-to-be feels that her baby would not have the life it deserved, then she should be allowed to make that decision.
I would just really like for abortions to be as humane and painless for the fetus as possible and REALLY hope that someone is able to find some middle ground between these Pro-Life and Pro-Choice issues.
WHY DOES THE HUMAN EXISTENCE HAVE TO BE SO COMPLICATED
(P.S. Sorry if this offends anyone, I’m just frustrated)