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Abortion Abortion is the removal of foetus from the womb during the first 28 weeks of pregnancy As being an international controversial issue abortion is one of the important topics which people discuss dispute or even protest Different culture backgrounds and living environments engender various aspects for people to view the causes and effects of abortion Thus some people conclude that killing the forming foetus in side the womb is injustice however the others think it is justice From my personal point of view I think abortion is justice Some of my friends criticized me as a cold blood person who gives no sympathy to those unborn lives Nevertheless rather than sympathy I think what people have to worry about are the obstacles which those foetus might have to face once they are born Take a look at todays society the percentage of teenagers unintended pregnancy are increasing annually A percentage of those teenage girls are pregnant due to their reckless intercourse lives Some other girls are pregnant because they were raped There are also families who can not afford an extra child Off course there are more reasons to explain why these females are pregnant However if these females want to have abortion it clearly means that they do not want their babies Now the basic question comes down to since these babies are unwanted in the first place if their mothers were forced to give births will these babies be in living a normal life Once a mother decides to give birth the baby will become the turning point of her life The task of becoming a mother is to raise and provide her child a healthy living environment Thus many things have to be take into consideration such as the father of the child all the expenses school education level or environment pressures etc For instance if the parents have AIDS their
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