I am living life hunny, I pay rent, bills and struggle all the time with it, and I am almost 15 weeks pregnant and struggling with everything. I live life, and have been reading up on abortions, but so far everything I find is pro-life. This has nothing to do with debate! I want to know both sides of abortion! There is no debate in this, just simple facts!! You really should learn who you are speaking to before so ruding telling them to live life first!!
Stacey -- so you are 15 weeks pregnant and struggling. Wait until you have a screaming baby and are struggling. How about if it was a screaming baby with serious birth defects or maybe fetal alcohol syndrome or born with a heroin addiction? How about if you already had three children, no money and no husband, and a screaming baby with serious birth defects? How about if you had three children, no money, no husband and there was a good chance that you would die if you continued with the pregnancy, because it was severely hydrocephalic, with a head 20 inches in diameter and would only survive about 2 minutes if it was born alive at all?
Thats what belongs in the debate forum! I am asking for the pro-choice side of things!!! Everthing I have heard has been from pro-life, and have seen plenty of their argument that would make up many minds, what I am looking for is information from a pro-choice! Not reasons for having an abortion!! If you can't even give your side of things, and be human about it, then forget it, I don't care to know. But your bashing is childish.
Also, most of the things you mentioned are not a loss cause that need to result in abortion, they can be put up for adoption.
I will not reply this this post any further, because I will not subject myself to the childish bashing which needs to be kept in the debate forum, not here! So speak anything you wish at this point, I will not even be reading your replys. Good day!
Access to abortion is necessary because contraceptives are not always easily available. Women need doctor prescriptions to buy many birth control methods, such as the pill, the patch, the shot, and the diaphragm. About half of all large group-insurance plans do not cover any form of prescription contraception, and only a third cover the birth control pill. A July/Aug. 2001 Guttmacher Institute study of health care insurers found that 75% of insured women lacked coverage for contraceptive services.  As of 2009, 17 million US women are completely uninsured.