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A Discursive essay on abortion.

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A DISCURSIVE ESSAY ON ABORTION. An abortion is a way to end a pregnancy- a way to end a life. "It is equally as heinous intentionally to kill a human being in existence at fertilisation, as to kill a larger pre-born child." This quote is from the most visited abortion site on the web. On that page it doesn't promote abortion, or even demote it: it gives people (as it's not just women who can become affect by abortion) a chance to surf around the page reading articles from both sides of the argument- Should abortions be aloud? There are two sides to the on going argument of abortion- Pro-life and Pro-choice. To most pro-lifers, human life begins at the instant of conception. ...read more.


As of now, 1.2 million pregnancies in the United States end in abortion. The main reasons for terminating a pregnancy is due to the fact that more and more women realise that if they're not up to raising a child they can turn to their doctor and say "I wish to have an abortion". Also more and more teenagers are wanting to experience sex due to peer pressure and the results of doing so without contraception leads to lots of unwanted pregnancies in young women within the UK. If a girl was too young to raise a child I would automatically presumes that she would, or her parents, would decide to go for an abortion to get themselves out of their predicament. ...read more.


Either way having unprotected sex under age often leads to abortion. Rape. This one word can not only make some women and girls, such as myself become physically sick. I know it sounds a horrible thing to say about rape, which is such a disgusting thing, there is a good side about being raped a not becoming impregnated by your rapist. Psychologically I would never up having a child with in my killed. The trouble is that's how I see abortions- as killing a child. The child may be no bigger than the full stop at the end of this sentence but the thought of what the human may have had in store for it. It may have become a teacher of philosophy, a make up artist or if the worse came to the worse it could have become a doctor specialising in abortions. ...read more.

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