Nobody should have the right to tear a baby’s body into pieces.
Who should have the right to choose for women.
Boyfriends often force their girlfriends to terminate the pregnancy. The fear of having to pay child support for the next 18 years is a big motivator. It is common for a boyfriend to tell the girl that he loves her and will stay with her if she will abort the baby. Placing a girl in the position of having to choose between her boyfriend and her baby is a cruel. The woman will pay the consequences of her actions possibly for the rest of her life. If the boyfriend truly cared about the girl, he would not pressure her to do anything against her conscience. Because the boyfriend who pressures a girl into having an abortion does not truly care about her, their relationship seldom lasts, even after the woman does abort her baby for him.
Abortion & Choice -- Pro-Abortion Left Should …
By making abortion legal, women are pressured into making a decision that strongly goes against their maternal instincts. At the time when she is first processing the thought that she is pregnant, she is probably confused, angry or hurting. She is very vulnerable to people around her and she is more likely to make rash decisions than she would at other times in her life. This is why so many women have abortions that they later regret.
A Wrong, Not a Right: An Atheist Libertarian Looks at Abortion
After Roe vs Wade, the supreme court simultaneously decided that women have the right of privacy under the 14th amendment; making it acceptable to abort a pregnancy within the first trimester (Vaughn 119).
Abortion Clinics and Medical Abortion Providers
January 22, 1973 is a day that, in the eyes of many modernfeminists, marked a giant step forward for women's rights. On this datethe U.S. Supreme court announced its decision in Roe v. Wade, a verdictthat set the precedent for all abortion cases that followed. For thefirst time, the court recognized that the constitutional right toprivacy "is broad enough to encompass a woman's decision whether or notto terminate her pregnancy" (Roe v. Wade, 1973). It gave women agencyin their reproductive choices; no longer were they forced to succumb tosecond rate citizenship as a housewife, a single mother, or a mother inpoverty on account of pregnancy.