Should I Say Anything to Her? This is probably one of the toughest questions to answer as a pro-lifer and I fully expect to receive a lot of hate mail about this commentary.
Available in a Ukrainian translation. Abortion is a highly personal decision that many women are sure they'll never have to think about until they're suddenly faced with an unexpected pregnancy.
But this can happen to anyone, including women who are strongly anti-choice. So what does an anti-choice woman do when she experiences an unwanted pregnancy herself? Often, she will grin and bear it, so to speak, but frequently, she opts for the solution she would deny to other women -- abortion.
In the spring ofI collected the following anecdotes directly from abortion doctors and other clinic staff in North America, Australia, and Europe. The stories are presented in the providers' own words, with minor editing for grammar, clarity, and brevity.
Names have been omitted to protect privacy. During her whole stay at the clinic, we felt that she was not quite right, but there were no real warning bells.
She insisted that the abortion was her idea and assured us that all was OK. She went through the procedure very smoothly and was discharged with no problems. A quite routine operation. Next morning she was with her mother and several school mates in front of the clinic with the usual anti posters and chants.
It appears that she got the abortion she needed and still displayed the appropriate anti views expected of her by her parents, teachers, and peers.
As I was completing her procedure, I asked what she planned to do about her high office in the RTL organization. Her response was a wide-eyed, 'You're not going to tell them, are you!? As a result, we knew many of the 'antis' by face. One morning, a woman who had been a regular 'sidewalk counselor' went into the clinic with a young woman who looked like she wasand obviously her daughter.
When the mother came out about an hour later, I had to go up and ask her if her daughter's situation had caused her to change her mind.
The following Saturday, she was back, pleading with women entering the clinic not to 'murder their babies. Just last week a woman announced loudly enough for all to hear in the recovery room, that she thought abortion should be illegal.
Amazingly, this was her second abortion within the last few months, having gotten pregnant again within a month of the first abortion.
The nurse handled it by talking about all the carnage that went on before abortion was legalized and how fortunate she was to be receiving safe, professional care.
However, this young woman continued to insist it was wrong and should be made illegal. Finally the nurse said, 'Well, I guess we won't be seeing you here again, not that you're not welcome.
Four months later, she called me on Christmas Eve to tell me that she was not and never was pro-choice and that we failed to recognize that she was clinically depressed at the time of her abortion. The purpose of her call was to chastise me for not sending her off to the psych unit instead of the procedure room.
She was pleasant to me and our initial discussion was mutually respectful. Later, she told someone on my staff that she thought abortion is murder, that she is a murderer, and that she is murdering her baby.
So before doing her procedure, I asked her if she thought abortion is murder -- the answer was yes. I asked her if she thought I am a murderer, and if she thought I would be murdering her baby, and she said yes.
But murder is a crime, and murderers are executed. Is this a crime? Well, it should be, she said. At that point, she became angry and hostile, and the summary of the conversation was that she regarded me as an abortion-dispensing machine, and how dare I ask her what she thinks. After explaining to her that I do not perform abortions for people who think I am a murderer or people who are angry at me, I declined to provide her with medical care.
I do not know whether she found someone else to do her abortion. Wade, abortion became legal but had to be performed in a hospital. That of course was changed later.
For the first 'legal abortion day' I had scheduled five procedures. He asked me, 'How many children are you going to kill today?
Why abortion should not be allowed essay Greg wonders why abortion rights advocate on wether or. Join abortion for abortion risks reports, abortion is my when cnn talk should be allowed abortion. Doctors are calling for women to be allowed to take both pills required for an early medical abortion at home. Currently, women seeking an abortion are required to take two tablets, mifepristone. Fighting in Hockey - Should fighting be allowed in hockey (RM4C), stated in her self-titled essay posted at yunusemremert.com (accessed May. 5, ): "Few things touch on the sanctity of human life more than the practice of abortion. A pregnancy should not simply be 'terminated,' as if it were something impersonal and problematic.
About three months later, this born-again Christian called me to explain that he was against abortion but his daughter was only a junior in high school and was too young to have a baby and he was also afraid that if she did have a baby she would not want to put it up for adoption.1.
The Bible forbids abortion. It shouldn’t matter what the Bible says about abortion. The United States is not a theocracy. Still, given the certitude of abortion opponents that abortion.
Dec 08, · Persuasive Essay: Abortion Should abortion be allowed in our society? Many people believe that abortion is harmless and should be practiced .
This implies that the conservatives are of the opinion that the procedure should not be allowed. How much more would they be opposed to the issue of late term abortion can be quite surprising. The Need to Legalize Late Term Abortions. If evil comes in beverage form, it would have a Starbucks logo on it.
If you are against the platform shared by feminists, social justice warriors, and liberals, I strongly urge you not to patronize Starbucks and its associated brands (Seattle’s Best, Teavana, Evolution Fresh, and Tazo Tea).
Get ready to be triggered.
A former abortionist who turned against killing unborn children has just released a series of videos on YouTube explaining the truth behind abortion. Argument Essay Abortion Should Be Legal for Any Woman of Any Age. Topics: Pregnancy I. Introduction A. Thesis Statement Everyone has their own opinion based on whether or not abortion should be legal or not.
However, there are many reasons why some may have to have an abortion. There are cases that may cause a person to have to make.