Should Abortion Be Legal?

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Whoopi Goldberg, Marilyn Monroe and Stevie Nicks. As well known as these names are, they all share a trait, a trait which makes them as similar as the next. Can you guess? Abortion. Each one of these famous women has had an abortion. Not only are they famous for their acts, their music and their acting – they are famous for their choice of getting an abortion.

Not only in America, but Australians also have chosen to have an abortion. One in three women in Australia have made the decision to murder their unborn child in the ways of science. This creates a major problem for doctors as the religious priests and members of the church will do anything to stop it for occurring.

“An estimated 80,000 - 90,000 surgical abortions are performed in Australia each year, this equates to approximately 250 per day, or ten abortions for every hour.” (Lifenetwork.org.au, 2009). Abortion in Australia is a difficult law to define per state. Due to the differentiation of each state’s law regarding abortion, it is suggested that abortion is seriously debated issue. Abortion mainly occurs throughout the younger years of young ladies, which makes it very hard to control due to their raging hormones and their need to satisfy their urges.

Abortions in Australia are most commonly performed thoroughly, effectively and safely. It has been confirmed by Abortion Australia that the success rates of a surgical abortion range between 95 and 100 percent; thus proving the reliability of the abortion…

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