The debate "Parents shouldn't force their daughter to have an abortion" was started by
February 20, 2014, 3:25 pm.
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Having an abortion is a sin. It means we kill a fetus in a woman’s womb and if there is no good reason, killing it is totally unacceptable. A daughter who experiences unwanted pregnancy should still carry on with her pregnancy. It is a consequence of having premarital sex so she should not sacrifice her baby. Parents should not also force their daughter to have an abortion.
Some nationalities or religious groups are against pre-marital sex, and torture or kill women who have sex or get pregnant. I could see some of the parents trying to get an abortion secretly to save their child or their own image in their community. I think that is what the writer means by "forcing". It is wrong to tell any person what to do with their own body. If you get pregnant and don't want the baby, consider adoption. Many women cannot carry a child but would love to be a mother. When you get an abortion, you are taking away the baby's right to choose. Unless it's life or death, I don't believe in it simply because too many use it as birth control. Birth control is free at health departments - there's no reason to get pregnant if you don't want to - unless you are raped in which case you had no say.
Well of course not!
Many parents force their daughter, especially teenagers, to have abortion. You should just ask them if they parents didn't try to persuade them to have abortion. Okay some also receive support from their family but it's not all of them.
No one should be forced to have any operation. A woman's right to choose works both ways. Actually this is a weird statement unless someone's mentally incapable you can't force them to do anything medically, what a strange statement