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Abortion the termination of a pregnancy after accompanied by resulting in or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus as a spontaneous expulsion of a human fetus during the first 12 weeks of gestation In other words Abortion is killing an embryo or a fetus anytime during the first trimester of in most cases an unwanted pregnancy There has always been a dispute about killing these babies and not giving them a chance at life It has been called a legal form of murder and protestors against Abortion have voiced their disgust loud and clear In this day in age girls can be irresponsible and have sex without using a contraceptive and when they get pregnant they murder the baby That is just unacceptable However its not as simple as that That is just one scenario and just one reason for an abortion How can middle aged couples living in white suburbia relate to a 15-year old girl who lives in the worst part of town and had sex for the first time and also got pregnant Only people who will never be presented to make the same decision they strongly oppose have called abortion murder If Abortion was outlawed this country and maybe this world might corrupt Why should young and immature girls have to be forced to live with a mistake for the rest of their life For exampleJenny gets drunk for the first time in her life at a university frat house She is only 16 years old and she is there with her two friends who are also drunk One of the fraternity members slips a strong sedative into her drink She is so drunk she doesnt even notice the taste Within minutes she is feeling light headed and she has started to lose focus The same guy who had slipped the drug in her drink sits down next to her and asks her if she is all
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