Tell us about a case that concerns abortion and whether you agree or disagree with the outcome and why. Do not just talk off the top of your head. This is a scholarly discussion.
Some topics to think about (all are not required):
right to have an abortion, how late to have an abortion, whether fathers have any rights in preventing an abortion, whether teenagers should have to get their parents consent, whether hospital workers can refuse to participate in abortions, whether we can refuse to fund (with Medicaid) abortions for indigent people who use places like Planned Parenthood, etc., should abortion be allowed only in cases of rape or danger to the mother's life, can we prevent abortions of Down's Syndrome children, etc.
According to me, the issure of abortion is as much a civil issue as it is women's autonomy over her own body. This reflects the mindset of society, where women are primarly the chid bearer and family maintainance or they can take their own calls with respect to what is to be done in cases like unwanted pregancies, rape induced pregnacy, complicated cases which might put the woman life in danger. The governmental policies must be progressive and keeping in mind the gender equality issues in mind must not put restrictive and medieval regulations for abortion.
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