So you think it would be better for a woman to go through with an unwanted pregnancy and have a child? Most likely the result being she gives it up for adoption and throws it into a system that will not care for it and thus putting that child through avoidable suffering. Or maybe when it's born she decides to keep it and possibly it gets neglected and abused because she didn't want it in the first place.
And what happens with the man who got her pregnant? He can leave at any time and leave the woman to either raise an unwanted child by herself, maybe he'll stick around or maybe they will give it up for adoption and yet again throw it into the system.
What about the women who are victims of rape or incest? Are you saying it's not okay for a woman to get abortions on a regular basis because someone in her family keeps raping her? What if she was only a 14 year old girl?
Is it more ethical to prevent an unwanted child from suffering by solving the problem before it becomes a problem? Or is it more ethical to bring an unwanted child into this world and who knows what suffering it will have to endure and thus making it a societal problem?
People are going to have sex. Accidents will happen. Birth control will never be 100% effective for those of society who are fortunate enough to be able to use it.
Last edited by Foxglove; 05-08-2012 at 12:12 PM.
Let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out
That is if you don't want kids and think it is ok to enjoy sex and abort if you become one of the unlucky ones to become pregrant then you are acting in a very selfish way of thought as far as I see it/
Last edited by All Ages Music Concerts; 05-08-2012 at 11:16 PM. Reason: tpo
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