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Think for a second that you are against abortion Now put yourself in the shoes of a father or relative of a woman who was raped or a young teenager who was impregnated by her boyfriend Would you still be against it then It is easy to be against something that has never affected your life You can say abortion is murder and it is wrong but it is a choice women have the right to make Whether or not to have an abortion is a decision women have to make based on their own beliefs The decision should not be a legal issue it is an ethical one In the United States many unwanted pregnancies are the result of rape Statistics show that 13 women are raped every minute That results in 78 rapes each hour 1872 rapes each day 56160 rapes each month and 683280 rapes each year Imagine how many women become pregnant from these rapes Having a baby is a life-changing experience it is bringing someone into the world You conceive life with a person you love not with violent lunatics who have countless problems Women should be able to choose whether they want to raise a baby who was unwanted and made out of pain or if they feel that it would not be right to do so Suppose a young woman goes out to a singles bar and has one too many drinks A guy sitting next to her takes advantage of the situation and takes her back to his place Three months later she discovers she is pregnant and does not even know the name of the father Or perhaps a high school freshmen girl has a crush on senior and she makes a poor decision because she wants him to like her Now she is pregnant and faced with the possibility of never realizing her dreams of going to college In many instances young adults in a
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