Running head: Weighing You’re Options: Pro-Choice v. Pro-life
Weighing You’re Options: Pro-Choice v. Pro-life
Durham Technical Community College
Alexa A. Doan
English 112, Section 106
February 12, 2014
Weighing Your Options: Pro-Choice v. Pro-life
When it comes to abortion most of us will agree it is a controversial issue. This agreement usually ends with the question of a woman’s right to choose. Whereas some are convinced that the only avenue is allowing women the right to choose if abortion is right for them, others maintain that no matter the situation, abortion is a crime and should not be allowed as a way to solve a problem. Most of the problems we are presented with relate either to morals or ethics which creates a specific way of thinking that is either all good or all bad. There seems to be no middle ground. This causes many people to see the world as black and white instead of in shades of gray. The Chinese Yin and Yang sign is a perfect analogy to abortion since both sides of the argument support one another which is what the Yin and Yang sign shows. Ultimately, this picture shows that when it comes to either aborting the fetus or deciding to continue with the pregnancy, there is no easy choice. With there being so many different views and perspectives on abortions, I started to wonder how abortions made people feel and how it would ultimately affect their lives. The controversial nature of abortion sparks heated debates with conflicting views in individuals who prefer to look at both sides of the issues rather than becoming blindsided by one view over another. In a society divided between being pro-life or being pro-choice, there are still some of us who view hot topics such as abortion on a case-by-case situation. Therefore, the question remains is how can the issue of abortion finally be resolved with a solution that everyone can live with.
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