A call to action: Pro Choice or Pro Life?
One of the most controversial issues in today’s world is whether or not women should have the choice to terminate a pregnancy. The choice to be made is either being pro-choice or pro-life. There is no right way of choosing between the two subjects; the decision is solely made by what the person's moral values.
The argument of abortion has been going on since Roe v. Wade in 1973 had the Supreme Court come to a decision to divide them into two different party’s: Pro-Choice and Pro-Life. Pro-Choice believes that it’s ok for women to make that choice of terminating a pregnancy. On the other hand Pro-Life believes that what they are doing is considered murder and it should be put to a stop. The 1973 argument started because someone brought a lawsuit upon Norma L. McCorvey (Jane Roe). Reasons being because Texas has banned all abortions accept those necessary to save a mothers life. This interfered with the decision that Roe had already made for herself, she was pregnant but her life wasn’t in danger she had her reasons for wanting to terminate her pregnancy. She knew that this was her right to choose to terminate her pregnancy. In the trial, the court came up with the fact that Texas had violated Roe’s Constitutional right to privacy. Giving some of the details of this case, the Roe v. Wade is on of the most controversial cases ever. This case was also one of the most intensely debated cases.
In America it’s a right that women have, to choose whether or not they want to terminate pregnancy. Pro-choice advocates believe that it’s ok to choose. There is nothing bad in having the right given to you. No one truly understands the bright side or the good part about being pro choice. No one ever sees what if someone cant afford the child, what if one is pregnant from rape, what if the mother I at risk from pregnancy, etc. If a women becomes pregnant unplanned and chooses not to be pregnant, then who are we to tell her what she...