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Abortion Controversy

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Published on October 21, 2008

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Abortion: Abortion By: Shawna, Tessa and Steph History: : History: Abortion laws have been around since the late 1820’s; abortion was forbidden after 4 th month of pregnancy In USA, most abortions were outlawed by 1900’s Susan B. Anthony Early feminist who wrote against abortions Believed that abortion was an unsafe procedure, can lead to death of women History: : History: 1965 – fifty states in the USA had banned abortions 1973 – Roe Vs. Wade case stated that anti-abortion laws were unconstitutional Christmas day 1984 – 3 abortion clinics in the USA were bombed Abortion is now a touchy subject in political debates Facts: : Facts: In 2001, women obtained 106,418 abortions which is 1% higher from 2000 (105, 427) In 2001, the rate of abortion was 15.4 per 1000 women Induced abortions are most common amongst women in their 20’s Facts: : Facts: 83% of all abortions are done in developing countries World wide: 42 million abortions per year 115,000 abortions per day Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973: Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973 Jane Roe, single pregnant women challenged the district’s abortion law The District’s law said that abortion could only happen to save a women’s life Roe said that she was unmarried and pregnant at the time Wanted to have an abortion under a licensed physician Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973: Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973 When denied, Roe threatened to sue on behalf of her and all other women like her Roe stated that her pregnancy was a result of rape The case reached the supreme court of the United states in 1971. On January 22, 1973 with a 7 to 2 majority, the Texas abortion laws were struck down Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973: Case Study: Roe Vs. Wade 1973 After that day, Abortion was then considered a fundamental right that was protected under the ninth and fourteenth amendment of the American Constitution Jane Roe is actually a women named Norma McCorvey James Charles Kopp: James Charles Kopp American, Born 1954 Convicted in 2003 for 1998 killing of Abortion doctor Barnett Slepian Was once on FBI’s most wanted list Fled to Mexico, then Ireland, then finally France Was caught in France then extruded to the USA for sentencing James Charles Kopp: James Charles Kopp Accomplices: Loretta Mara and Dennis Malvasi helped him evade justice on a number of occasions Charged of second-degree murder and is serving 25 years – life in prison He also shot 3 Canadian Abortion Doctors in 1997, and was charged by Canadian authorities 3 Other Instances of Civil Disobedience: 3 Other Instances of Civil Disobedience Illegally obtained abortions 1984 Christmas Bombings Many attacks between Citizens Why Some People are Anti-Abortion (Pro-life) : Why Some People are Anti-Abortion (Pro-life) They believe that Abortion is murder (Infanticide) It goes against their faith They believe that Abortion causes things like Breast cancer Influenced by those around them Post-Abortion Syndrome They Believe Abortion is cruel Why Some People are Pro-Choice: Why Some People are Pro-Choice A Woman should be able to control her own body Why bring a child into the world if you know you can’t take care of it? ( Eg . Mental Illness) More sexual education to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Women realise that they aren’t physically or mentally ready for a baby Accidental pregnancy Post-Abortion Syndrome: Post-Abortion Syndrome The guilt and depression following an abortion PA syndrome victims deny ever having an abortion This is also known as post-traumatic stress syndrome Men can also experience this syndrome Symptoms may not show up right away, it could take years Post-Abortion Syndrome: Post-Abortion Syndrome Symptoms Depression Feelings of despair or loss Suicidal thoughts Eating Disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, etc. Anti-Abortion (Pro-life) Groups (Canadian): Anti-Abortion (Pro-life) Groups (Canadian) British Columbia Parents and Teachers for Life Campaign life Coalition Liberals for life Life Chain REAL Women of Canada Pro-Abortion (Pro-Choice) Groups (Canadian): Pro-Abortion (Pro-Choice) Groups (Canadian) Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada Canadian Youth for Choice National Action Committee on the Status of Women Pro-choice Action Network Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 1. Human Life begins at conception Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 2. Abortion Causes Breast Cancer Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 3. This is What Abortion Looks like: Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 4. Even First Trimester Fetuses can feel pain Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 5. Fetuses Become Conscious within the first 8 weeks Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 6. Emergency Contraceptives cause Abortion Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 7. Banning Abortion will get rid of it once and for all Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 8. Pro-choice activists want to increase the number of abortions Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 9. Pro-choice activists want abortion to be on demand until the moment of birth Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 1. FALSE! Human life begins prior to conception It makes more sense to ask “When does self-awareness begin?” According to the British House of Lords, self-awareness begins at 23 weeks Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 2. FALSE !!! In 1997, The New England Journal of Medicine did a study, proving that there is no independent link between abortion and Breast Cancer Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 3. ALMOST ALWAYS FALSE!! Many protest photos are just artist renderings or just the use of photo manipulation. The typical ones seen are fetuses that have been aborted due to emergency medical reasons Most abortions are done within the first trimester Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 4. FALSE!! Fetal Nerve cells can react to trauma The feeling of pain requires a “ Neocortex ” The Neocortex is not formed until the third trimester Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 5. FALSE!! Development of brain cells start at 7 weeks However, a fetus is not capable of consciousness until the third trimester Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 6. FALSE!! Contraceptives are meant to prevent pregnancies in the first place Does not, and cannot induce abortions Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 7. FALSE!! When Abortion was banned in the USA, women were still able to illegally obtain abortions Cons: No medical supervision, dangerous methods, etc Banning abortion will raise the risk of women losing their lives. Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 8. FALSE!! Pro-choice activists want to increase comprehensive sexual education, birth control, emergency contraceptive, etc Quick Quiz “True or False”: Quick Quiz “True or False” 9. FALSE!! Pro-choice activists want to protect the Roe Vs Wade case They want late abortions to only be done if there is a serious medical emergency

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