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Ellen Willis has written this article based on personal views opinions and experiences She openly expresses that the issue of abortion is a womans issue and should therefore be discussed with the woman in mind She accepts the fact that others consider abortion to be a life issue and understands their feelings as to why they argue this point It is recognized very early on that Ms Willis is a feminist arguing the fact the fetus occupies a womans body to become a human being She is trying to emphasize that in the pursuit to save a fetus that the womans feelings body and life are being forgotten The article continues on arguing the point that the fetus should not be the sole consideration when arguing this issue The subject of the responsibility of having sex with contraception was briefly discussed Whether the responsibility is that of the mans or that of the womans could easily be the discussion of another article Ms Willis mentions this topic only to remind the reader that accidents do occur Using the argument that if a person does not want to get pregnant in the first place that they should just use birth control Unfortunately the article reminds us that it is not that easy This does not encourage that abortion should be used as birth control She is reminding the reader that a woman should not be forced to have a child because the birth control method failed Extremists seem to be of great concern in this article Ms Willis argues that one can not fight for life by destroying another She wants people to understand that it is fine to have opinions It is the actions of the extremist that are of concern The article discusses that to put the life of a developing fetus as higher priority as a living human being is inconceivable Ms Willis then personalizes
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