AIU Women Rights on Abortion Research Paper

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'TOPIC should be something about women's rights. Maybe abortion???

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Women Rights on Abortion

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Women Rights on Abortion
Abortion has been a controversial topic over the years. Many medical and legal minds
have come out to offer their opinions on this subject. Abortion is a medical procedure that ends a
pregnancy. It is the most controversial issue which still fails to have any grounds of agreement.
The main argument that arises from abortion is life and death. Since abortion raises the question
of morality, it is still discussed in the countries where procedures are allowed by the government
(Nash, 2019). Abortion has both advantages and disadvantages. The purpose of this essay is to
offer evidence on why women should have the right to abortion and the reason for establishing
safe and legal medical procedures for women not ready to raise a child. Every individual has an
ultimate fundamental right to do whatever they want with their own body. Therefore, women’s
rights are necessary and establish women’s freedom to choose if she wants to bear a baby.
Abortion should be allowed and legalized to reduce death cases due to unsafe abortion
procedures and the challenges that come with unwanted pregnancies.
Why Abortion Should be a Women Right
Various human rights arguments are in favour of abortion, and the right to a woman’s
choice is crucial for promoting gende...

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