How abortion is viewed around the world?
What is abortion
Induced Abortion Pros
Positives: Induced abortion may be the best option if the quality of life for the child is so bad that it may be the best and only option.
Another reason why induced abortion may be good; is that we are human and humans make mistakes. Whether those be small mistakes like spelling mistakes or contraceptional mistakes that can start the unnecessary process of a pregnancy.
Induced abortion may also be used to prevent the birth of an unwanted child or a child that has severe health issues that would make life a hassle.
Induced Abortion Cons
Negatives: Induced abortion is basically euthanasia but with no permission of the victim. So, in turn, the process of induced abortion should be illegal as euthanasia without permission is illegal.
Induced abortion is against religion in various ways, which is another reason why people see abortion as illegal or wrong.
Abortion is the taking of life, and we as a race must protect and keep life when possible.
In this segment of the smore I will be talking about how the laws and views of abortion are changed around the world due to a whole multitude of factors. These factors range from religion, tradition, history and the community in general. I will be highlighting specific regions across the world, one or two countries per continent to show you the variety of laws and how some places have similar views on abortion and how some places have completely opposite views on abortion.
1) The first country I will be talking about is Ecuador. As I thought they had a unique perspective and view on abortion. They are one of the only places in the world to have implemented this law into society this law is: R1 Abortion may be permitted in the case of rape or of a woman with mental disorders. This I find fairly intriguing as they are one of the only countries that use this law and I can definitively see why.
2) America, Americas view on abortion is very unique as every state in America has different laws on Induced abortion, how long after conception and whether you can or you cannot. This I find very interesting as states may have differing views on abortion, so places may allow abortion, may not allow abortion or may not even have any laws on abortion.
3) Ireland also has a unique view on abortion as the Irish are tied closely with the catholic church and euthanasia/abortion are things that are very wrong in the eyes of the church.
4) Saudi Arabia has a specific law on abortion where abortion may be allowed but your significant other has to agree with it. Saudi Arabia however, is not alone as countries such as Japan have implemented that law.
5) The Philippines, among a whole handful of countries, have the law where abortion can be used to save a women life. To put this into context a pregnant may be dying because of the baby and the only way to save her would be abortion. This raises many moral questions and is a topic of much controversy.
The controversial views on abortion are swayed by a whole batch of factors. Religion, tradition, past experiences, even geology and territory.
Abortion in Hong Kong is not that much different to that of China. As the laws in Hong Kong say that abortion may be legal but two professionals have to see out to this process. And check whether the abortion would be valid and optimal or invalid and inefficient.