Abortion - Right or Wrong? Essay

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Right or Wrong? In January 2002 a college freshman, Karen Hubbard, bled to death after secretly delivering her baby in a bathroom stall at her dorm. Up until that night no one knew she was pregnant, not her family or her friends. Karen was a bright respected young girl, who had everything going for her. She was co-valedictorian at her school and was now on her way to college. In the fall of 2001 Karen went off to the University of Wisconsin, with high hopes from her parents. She was the last person anyone expected to get pregnant, but, on January 29, that all changed. It was around ten o’ clock at night when Karen’s roommate walked into the bathroom and realized Karen was giving birth. She heard a gush of water that …show more content…

Only a women knows what this means, so shouldn't she have the final say in what takes place in her body? Recently there has been an article put on a website that talks about pro-life and why pro-life should be the only option. In the article, it states the issues that make a women's right to get an abortion wrong and that abortions should be outlawed. It says that no one should deny the fetus the right to live, that it is a human being and should be protected by the law like everyone else. That if one did not want to be pregnant there is safe and effective birth controls out there. And that society needs to be more excepting of teen mothers. True there are safe birth controls out there, but not one is totally one hundred percent effective. And no matter how hard people try society is never going to except teen mothers. There are still teens today that are not using a form of birth control. They are too afraid to bring this subject up with their parents and this can result in unsafe sex. Due to this there are many teens that become pregnant and chooses not to tell their parents. They feel their parents will look down upon them, because that is how society sees young mothers. So they decide to fix this problem, the only way they know how, by getting an abortion. As of now, a teenager still has the

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