Ever since I was little, I wanted to be a doctor and I would watch videos of a doctor are doing surgery or explaining the procedure. So, one day I stumbled upon a video showing how they would take the baby out if the mother wants to abort it. So, I was like yeah that looks interesting, so I clicked on it and it was not what I expected. First, the doctor showed what tools he had to use and one of the tools was a clamp. I was kinda confused on why he would use a clamp. Then he started to explain the procedure using cartoon pictures however that did not make it less awful. He explained why they would use a clamp which was used to pull all the parts of the baby out of the mother piece by piece. At this point, I was horrified although I kept on watching it. So, he went on explaining how you have to grab on the body part tightly and pull, first was the legs, then the arm and so on. Since the head is too big to go out, he had to crush the head with the clamp and take the rest of the body out. Whenever he has taken the whole body out, he has to resemble the body to make sure he has all the pieces of the baby. I present to you that instead of having people abort their babies, we make the parents understand how important the babies are by letting their first born go in a horrendous way. In order to make the parents understand how precious their children are, they must know what it feels like to lose them. This is why I propose that all mothers, whether they want to abort the baby
There are two main political parties you can choose from in the United States, The Democrats and the Republicans. There are also third parties you can choose from. People can choose to be part of any party. We are divided by the left and right side on the political spectrum. The right are more conservative and the left are more liberal. These two political parties show philosophical differences through their viewpoints on major topics. With so many differences between the parties, finding topics or issues upon which constituents agree on can be difficult.
“How can the “Dream” survive if we murder children? Every aborted baby is like a slave in the womb of his or her mother. The mother decides his or her fate” (Martin Luther King, Jr). This quote, by Martin Luther King Jr, represents how Martin Luther King Jr really feels about abortions, and how abortions relate back to the idea of slavery. As abortions are spreading all across the world many people have wondered if there are any positives to abortions? If there are not any positives to abortion then people may wonder, what are the negatives to abortions, and how do other people feel about abortions.
Abortion is a subject that numerous people have strong opinions about; some believe that it is a form of murder and should be banned, yet others believe that the decision should be for the woman herself to make. In my eyes, the choice to abort or not abort is the woman’s, not the public’s. However, many men disagree with pro-choice.
Abortion is a very controversial topic in today’s society. Abortion is the deliberate termination of a human pregnancy, most often performed during the first 28 weeks (Abortion). Many people have issues regarding this topic, while some support the idea. This paper will be covering the pros and cons, people’s attitudes, and how a researcher could possible change your perspective on the topic at hand.
I hold the belief that a woman should have the right to have an abortion if that is what she would like. This means I identify as a pro-choice supporter. If the government ever decide to illegalize abortion, it would mean that women do not 'own' their body and instead the lawmakers do. As soon as a third party, such as lawmakers, are given the power to decide that abortions are wrong and they decide to ban abortions, women are no longer in control of their own bodies which makes them powerless.
There has been much controversy regarding the social, ethical, and medical predicament that abortion provokes. Abortion is the procedure of ending a pregnancy with the early removal of a fetus. There is no right or wrong when it comes to abortion; values contribute a great amount to an individual’s opinion. This process has led to numerous debates among individuals who believe that it is up to a woman to decide what to do with her body and the individuals who hold that women do not have the right to take away a life. Although it may seem as if the beliefs of pro-life and pro-choice advocates are on opposite sides of a spectrum, the two sides can come to an agreement about how to at least lessen the number of abortions occurring.
Infant early termination remains a controversial topic among the masses, while possibilities of resolution include pro-life or pro-choice inceptions are prevalent in mass media. Tv shows like Penny Dreadful “The Resurrection” episode highlight on various forms of abortions from the physical act to the negative impact creates a new realm of solidarity and redemption through abandonment.
Countless women have a difficult time throughout pregnancy, a few even lose their child to a miscarriage or a stillborn, such as Rose of Sharon did. Sadly, my great-grandmother had a few miscarriages, as so have several other women. After talking to my grandmother, I have come to the conclusion that although they didn’t have the chance to watch their child experience life, they still love their child the same.
Abortion is one of the most controversial topics and many argue that it's wrong, but I disagree, I am a strong supporter of abortions. An abortion is when a woman deliberately terminates a pregnancy, there are many medical methods used to perform an abortion. The techniques used for abortion have changed drastically over time and many cultures developed their own forms of abortions. Originally abortions were unregulated and many women performed abortions on themselves at home, which were very unsafe and many at home abortions resulted in injury or death. The two main methods of abortion as of right now are surgical and medical abortion, these are much safer than previous methods and rarely inflict any harm onto the woman. The surgical method is performed using a vacuum like device to empty the uterus of its content. The medical abortion can only be used early in a pregnancy and requires a woman to take a prescribed pill for the first seven weeks of her pregnancy.
A third common method of abortion is dilation and evacuation, a procedure conducted in the second trimester ("Methods of Abortion"). By the sixth month of pregnancy, an unborn baby can resemble his or her parents, dream, hear the mother’s heartbeat and external noise, be felt by the mother, and survive after birth ("Baby Developmental Facts"). However, this life is terminated when a doctor grabs the baby’s arms and legs with forceps, tears the baby apart piece by piece, and crushes the baby’s skull. A fourth technique used for abortion is a saline injection, otherwise known as salt poisoning; this method has been used to kill Gianna and countless other babies in the second and third trimesters("Methods of Abortion"). During the third trimester, a baby can recognize his or her mother’s voice and use four out of the five senses ("Baby Developmental Facts"). As in Gianna’s case, a doctor inserts a needle containing concentrated salt into the mother’s womb and injects the substance into the amniotic fluid. A baby breathes and swallows the salt; this causes salt poisoning, severe dehydration, a brain hemorrhage, and convulsions. In the course of an hour, the baby’s skin deteriorates, causing immense pain and eventually death; one to two days later, the mother delivers a dead baby. Why would anyone put their own child through this kind of torture? What has any unborn child done to deserve this type of treatment (“Methods of
Now, more than ever, the media has the ability to also influence birth perceptions. As discussed in the film Laboring Under an Illusion, the safety and dangers of childbirth are often over exaggerated depending on the filmmakers stance. These over exaggerations frequently lead to unnecessary levels of fear and anxiety and impart a sense of dread. Although there are media sources which highlight, and potentially hyperbolize the safety of childbirth, they appear to be less prevalent or popular in comparison to sources which portray and impart unrealistic fear, danger, and pain. Unfortunately, all of the aforementioned perspectives and portrayals have the ability to result in confusion, as one attempts to reconcile the conflicting messages received from the media. Due to the media's common depictions, interpreting expectations of reality may be increasingly difficult. Discernment as to what is normal may also be especially complicated, in the face of what is displayed in the media, for those who do not have relationships or open conversations with respected family members or
It has often been believed that the sole purpose of women was child bearing. A woman’s value was derived from her ability to bear healthy children. As time has passed society and culture have evolved and changed. With this passage of time, a great importance is still placed on women and reproduction. With the recent advent of technology and the advances made in the medical field, it has become a much more commonplace for women to deliver via Cesarean Section. The decision to deliver via Cesarean Section (C-Section) is not safe from the judgments of others. Childbirth and child rearing is a part of life that is highly judge and individuals are incredibly opinionated about. When it comes to childbirth nearly any decision a woman
I will never forget the moment my labor began, the moment that marked that step in my journey into motherhood. I can remember everything about it so clearly. My mom, fiancé, and I woke up early Friday morning to make our way to Western Missouri Medical Center. I stood in front of the mirror looking at my belly knowing it would be my last time standing in that bathroom with my baby inside of me still. It was a bittersweet moment that I cherished as long as I possibly could. I was set to be induced that morning and very excited, yet a little bit nervous. I had no idea what to expect. I’d been waiting a very long 37 weeks to finally meet this precious human that had been growing inside me. I had ideas of what he might look like, and what the experience might be like, however nothing could have prepared me for what was in store over the next few days.
“In the United Kingdom provocative images of the fetus generated by four dimensional ultrasonography have fuelled a reassessment of fetal capabilities along with suggestions that the fetus can respond both emotionally and cognitively. Subsequent political and media discussion in the United Kingdom has debated changing abortion laws and procedures to mitigate against fetal pain (DerbyShire).” This could impact the choices of many tremendously, if society would ever talk about abortion in a civilized manner even though it is very hard to discuss, many lives could be saved.