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It is true that abortion may be the death of an innocent being If that is correct any woman who has had an abortion should be subject to the consequences of a premeditative first degree murderer which could possibly be the death penalty However the question that truly forms the debate is this Is the zygote really a human being Surely there are signs that show life but is it developed enough to function as a human I contend that the fetus is not a right-possessing individual until the point of birth It cannot claim any rights while it is still part of the mother Being part of the mother it is the mothers What happens to her body through the course of her pregnancy is her choice Therefore abortion is solely the mothers choice and outsiders should not block or even oppose her rights as an American Certainly todays society needs to clean up its act In most young adults good morals arent commonly used But they do use their common sense Young adults are fully aware of what they are getting into they just arent sure of all the consequences Education plays a big role in this issue Being taught about birth control and planned parenting statistically helps the number of accidents that can cause abortion Nevertheless accidents will happen Rape will still occur there will be the rebels the careless and the clueless People make mistakes every day There should be something to fall back on in a case of an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy Abortion can be for the well-being of both the mother and the potential child A woman needs to take full responsibility of her actions For instance in a pregnancy this can come in different forms It can be when the woman decides to carry to term and be the childs mother or when she gives it up for adoption She can also pay for her own
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