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Since the beginning of time women have faced oppression in every area of our lives While people around the world fought and gained the rights of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness it seemed the women of the world were being denied these rights Women have worked long and hard to gain equality and the right to be in charge of their own bodies As a woman of the 1990s about to reach the turn of the century I feel it is my place to continue to fight for the rights of my gender As a long time supporter of the pro-choice movement I have come to see that there are numerous arguments for pro-choice as well as against I have also come to see that there are many different ways to look at both sides of these arguments Some envision life as black and white as right and wrong By looking at life philosophically we come to see that it is not as simple as that Intelligent arguments do not only depend on a persons point of view They depend on critical analysis also People are not merely a means to an end but ends in themselves A woman treated as an incubator by the law is merely a means to an end and is therefore not being regarded as a person The womans right as a person to be treated as an end in herself accords her the right to choose A woman is a person while the embryo is nothing but a potential person Being just a potential person it therefore does not have the rights of an actual person Another big argument in the movement is the religious aspect of the debate Christians are usually in accordance with the pro-life group Anti-abortion legislation is based upon the acceptance of faith of supernatural entities called souls These souls should not be confused with the psyche studied by psychologists for psyche is
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