Abortion The abortion debate most commonly relates to the "induced abortion" of an embryo or fetus at some point in a pregnancy, which is also how the term is used in a legal sense. In medical parlance, "abortion" can refer to either miscarriage or abortion until the fetus is viable. After viability, doctors call an abortion a "termination of pregnancy".
Report this Argument Pro Thank you for accepting this debate. Before I begin, it is important to define abortion.
According to the CDC, "a legal induced abortion is defined as an intervention performed by a licensed clinician e. That would mean that an abortion would have to be directly intended to terminate the fetus. Now that abortion has been defined, there are a few point that I would like to bring up.
Is a fetus a human being 3.
Child birth vs Abortion 1. Women's rights allow women to do as they please with their body, which would promote for gender equality. The gender inequality in legalizing abortion would be that men do not need reproductive regulation but a woman would need regulation.
This would mean that the man has a right that a woman does not possess, which would further promote gender inequality. Is the fetus a human being?
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The issue regarding whether "a fetus is human being or not" is a problem with an unknown answer. We all have different beliefs whether a fetus is a human being or not.
The main issue that most people find with this statement is that it is "better to be safe than sorry" meaning that it is better to allow a non-human to have protection from termination than a human being to not have protection from termination. However, this view is flawed. If we kill a human being without knowing that it is a human being, then there would be opinions on whether it is considered.
There is no way of proving, whether this view is right or wrong, which is the reason that it should be the mother's decision. Some people may feel that they have an obligation to save the child, but the choice of saving the child is up to the mother and her personal beliefs.
The final issue that I have to present is abortion has more benefits than child birth and the legalization of abortion would significantly benefit a large group of people significantly. Also, regarding the death rate of abortion and child birth, NCBI states, "The pregnancy-associated mortality rate among women who delivered live neonates was 8.
The mortality rate related to induced abortion was 0. Since there are about In addition, the world is over populated and the legalization of abortion would encourage humans to control the population size.
For all the reasons stated above, I think there is sufficient evidence to prove that the legalization of abortion would be very beneficial to our society.Legalization of Abortion in the United States In the United States, the legalization of abortion began in when Mississippi passed a law permitting abortion in cases of rape.
Legalization of abortion Abortion is the termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion from the uterus of a fetus or embryo prior to viability.
An abortion can occur spontaneously, in which case it is usually called a miscarriage, or it can be purposely induced. The legalization of abortion sends a message that human life has little value. [ ] Pope Francis condemned "'the throwaway culture'" in Jan. , stating that "what is thrown away is not only food and dispensable objects, but often human beings themselves, who are discarded as 'unnecessary'.
The legalization of abortion also led to changes in when women sought abortions: In , nearly one in four abortions were performed at 13 weeks' gestation or later, 12 compared with one in 10 a decade later. In addition, more than half of women obtaining abortions after did .
During the s and early s, U.S. states began to repeal their bans on abortion. In Roe v. Wade (), the U.S. Supreme Court stated that abortion bans were unconstitutional in every state, legalizing abortion throughout the United States.
For those who believe that human personhood begins. Although defended by the Supreme Court on several occasions, the legalization of abortion became a divisive and intensely emotional public issue. The debate intensified during the s, and both.