Essay on Abortion

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Abortion Abortion is a very controversial subject and many people have varied
attitudes and opinions on its rights and wrongs. It is vital that in
society that more and more people become anti-abortion before it is a
trend that spirals out of control. Abortion means to end something
before it has been made complete. There are two types of abortion,
spontaneous abortion and induced abortion. Spontaneous abortion which
is naturally occurring and commonly called a miscarriage and on the
other hand induced abortion which is when the 'mother' intentionally
ends an unplanned pregnancy.

Many people use
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This unborn child
feels pain like any other child, it has a heartbeat and moves the
babies only flaw is that it has to rely on its 'mother' for breath and
there are women out there who are not prepared to offer this.

Another concern is that abortion has been accepted in today's society.
If a born baby was treated in such a matter - scraped to death,
vacuumed up, destroyed, murdered and its attacker would in no doubt be
arrested and issued a long prison sentence. So I ask you why does this
not happen to the 'mothers' of the unborn children? Not only is there
no justice done when a baby is aborted it is perfectly legal in many
countries all over the world! There is many Impressionable teenagers
and women who look up to superstars as role models and these role
models such as Madonna who in her relatively recent autobiography
admitted to having so many abortions it reached double figures. Myra
Hindly is infamous for her part in the moors murders in the 1960's and
she was justly given a life sentence but Madonna who has killed her
fair share of children is looked up to and adored by many.

Finally not only does abortion kill helpless babies it is potentially
fatal to 'mothers' as well. Two out of every five abortions are
illegal. This results in problems because there is no government
guidelines in place at these backstreet clinics where spread of

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