Everyone is entitled to their own opinions and express their true emotions. If you do or do not believe that aboartion is wrong, please provide sensible and understandable points of evidence to support your answer. You are thoroughly allowed to bring religion into this topic (as long as it is sensible) and comment on other people's points of views (again - as long as it's sensible). After all, this is a debate, so feel free to express every single word of your mind.
Below is my very long and continuous "essay" on aboartion. These are points that I have found on the internet, so not all of these "points" are entirely what I see, but what others may see. I will be writing in the opinion of someone who thinks aboartion is right, as well as points from the other side, but I personally believe that aboartion is wrong, as you are killing a being that could have had high hopes and make a positive change on anyone's life.. You don't have to read it, but I would appreciate open comments and feedback,
Please note that I have purposely spelt this wrong for you to understand properly.
I believe that aboartion serves as a purpose to "help" children as young as 8 who are raep victims who would be put through the trauma of child birth, as their small and fragile bodies are not stable enough to produce offspring. Furthermore, there are older victims who fall pregnant through no intent of their own and are forced to produce over and over again to satisfy her aggressive husband who wants sons. Would you want to raise the child of a person like that? Moreover, with all these child abuse stories many have been hearing, I wonder if their parents were old enough or ready to have children of their own, in addition to children living with disabilities. Would you want your child to live this life of fear and pain? To see your child suffer the most painful of conditions (living without a brain, no defence against bacteria, muscles turning into bones... only some examples of what I mean by 'the most painful of conditions'), is that a view worthy of your day-to-day life? I'm sure you would not want your child to suffer despite the right to a life. In addition, I think I'm speaking for a few people when I say that aboartion is made legal before the particles and molecules become and form into a child.
However, one would argue that a other solution to aboartion is adoption. There are many nice and lovely people willing to take care of a child due to conditions that will not allow them to produce offspring or they want a child without the whole course, yes, and in many ways it is a much better resolution to aboartion, but learn to understand that there are many scenarios where aboartion is the only way, as explained in my points. As many aboartion-dislikers would say, they believe that aboartion is a sin", due to religious reasons such as in the Ten Commandments, it is spoken as such that "Thou' shalt not kill". This is only one of the examples. Another reason for disliking aboartion is due to the fact that "it is the mother's responsibility to raise the child, as she has went through the "course" of producing a child, whilst she may have been told the consequences". However, there are still reasons that can overthrow this statement, and that is provided in my examples above.
To conclude my "essay" on whether or not aboartion is right or wrong, I believe that there are very understandable points on both sides. Feel free to add in your own points.