20 Key Arguments For and Against Abortion - ThoughtCo
Arguments For and Against Abortion | SexInfo Online
"The Silent Scream" was also intended, I believe, to argue that thefetus resists being aborted and by doing so shows that even an early embryohas a will to live and/or is aware of efforts to end its life. There ismedical neurological argument to the contrary, but that is perhaps questionabletoo. I would rather argue that the apparent resistance to abortion is farless likely a sign of awareness of what is going on than it is some sortof reflex or reaction to a specific stimulus. Babies or children (and evenadults) sometimes draw away from or seem to resist stimuli without havingany reason for it, and sometimes are even attracted to things which arefatal or painful. In fact, it is often very difficult to get children tounderstand about death and that certain things can kill them or hurt themvery badly. Trying to teach children to be careful around cars, for example,is not an easy task. I find it difficult to believe that an embryo hasan understanding of death and danger that a child does not.
Arguments Against Abortion - A Look at Biblical, …
This argument is a farce. Indeed, it is one of the great farces of all the incremental pro-life balks. Without making the truth that abortion is murder their non-negotiable starting-point, these organizations and the lawmakers listening to them end up creating trivial piece-meal laws that still legitimize abortion at their core. It doesn’t matter how many restrictions you put here or there, if the root still legalizes abortion, you have compromised with death. The enemy wins, and with his foundations still in place, he will advance back against you.
Facts against abortion arguments - Doctor answers
I am the single mother of a beautiful, fun-loving, bright young woman of 16 years of age. This Easter we celebrated the 17th anniversary of her conception. Raped by an acquaintance, my first consideration was abortion even though I had spoken out against it all my life… I considered abortion until I [determined it wasn’t] the right thing. I perused adoption and chose parents to give my baby to. I changed my mind and chose motherhood. I have provided, educated, clothed, fed, nursed, counseled, encouraged, and loved with all my heart the daughter of a man who violated the last virtue I was cherishing, my virginity… When interviewed about my experience several years ago, I was asked what I would a tell a young woman contemplating an abortion. After some careful consideration and a determination never to water down the truth I replied, “It is the hardest thing in the world to choose what you know is right. Being a single parent is no more easy than living with the haunting memory of aborting your child. No matter how hard you wish, either way your life will never be the same. Both have their pains and their struggles, however, only one choice afforded me a profound peace… Never have we been in want. Never have I regretted my choice. The scars of my experience have been healed… we show no signs of lack nor neglect…