The Importance Of Abortion

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We can do whatever we want with our body. What government can do about this is to suggest, not to suppress. However, more than 300,000 females around the world are carrying a rapist’s child, due to formidable pressure from the government’s authorities. Why should the government care about our body? We have our own decision to make, and this should not be demanded forcibly by anyone. Abortion is the only key to help victims from raping, and this must be legalised to set them free from a sense of mortification, accusation and tribulation. The term rape is the crime typically committed by a man, of forcing another person to have sexual intercourse with the offender against their consent. The point we have to be clear about is, there is neither agreement nor a wish from the victim’s side. Government’s mercilessness action to prohibit abortion without sufferer’s sentiment is not bringing any egalitarianism in society, it is just rubbing salt in the victim’s unbearable wound.…show more content…
Of course, giving up on children can be irresponsible, but where is the rapist’s responsibility in all of this? It is unfair for females to carry all the consequences. El Salvador has one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancy due to rape. After El Salvador's government’s total ban on abortion, hundreds of pregnant females decided to commit suicide. Just because people criticise abortion without looking it from the victim’s perspective, it leads them to a tragic ending. Once again, unfairly, there are no responsibilities placed on rapists for their heinous
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