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Abortion and Soundbites: Why Pro-Choice Arguments Are Harder to Make
By Jackie Salo. September 24, am Updated September 24, am. A pregnant woman mistakenly received an abortion at a South Korea clinic after staff mixed up her medical chart, according to reports. The Vietnamese patient was 6 weeks pregnant on Aug. But at the clinic, there was a mix-up with the medical charts and a nurse injected her with anesthesia without confirming her identity, Yonhap reported. The doctor then performed the abortion while the unaware patient was under anesthesia. The next day, the woman returned to the clinic after experiencing bleeding and was told that her child was aborted, the Korean Herald reported.
Abortion , Bill Clinton once said, should be safe, legal, and rare. The quote is quintessential Clinton: liberal, but not too liberal; feminism moderated by a touch of good old common sense. You can still buy bumper stickers with his quote on it, if you want to tell the world that women should control their own bodies — in the right circumstances. But the notion that abortion is sad, a thing to be avoided and disliked, persists. Her fame does not make her a spokesperson for feminism.
Arguments are nowadays often presented as soundbites: as slogans, tweets, memes and even gifs.
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Women and their allies are taking bold steps towards achieving gender equality in the workplace. The goal behind this coordinated anti-abortion push is not secret: The legislators behind those laws hope they will be challenged in front of the US Supreme Court, leading to the end of abortion rights protection in the United States. The Supreme Court is unlikely to overturn Roe v Wade, according to most legal analysts. But it could uphold the state laws limiting when and where a woman can get an abortion. But prominent legal experts these days say that neither is the correct argument. Instead, they say, the right to abortion is a matter of equality. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been making a version of this argument for more than 30 years.
He defends the view that, except in unusual circumstances, abortion is seriously wrong. The purpose of this essay is to set out an argument the claim that abortion, except perhaps in instances, is seriously wrong. One reason for these exceptions is to eliminate from consideration cases whose ethical analysis should be controversial detailed for clear-headed opponents of abortion. Such cases include abortion after rape and abortion during the first fourteen days after conception when there is an argument that the fetus is not definitely an individual. Another reason for making these exceptions allow for those cases in which the permissibility of abortion is compatible with the argument of this essay. Such cases include abortion when continuation of a pregnancy endangers a woman's life and when the fetus is anencephalic. When I wrongness of abortion in this essay, a reader she presume the above qualifications.