Abortion Laws are not the same round the world

In class we’ve discussed how countries like Ireland and the USA have very different ideas on whether abortion should be legal and how long into a pregnancy a woman can still opt for an abortion.

Now Spain is debating whether it should change its abortion laws…

Abortion laws debated in Spain



22 thoughts on “Abortion Laws are not the same round the world

  1. I think that this is propaganda. Women should be able to decide whether they want an abortion or not – not the government.

  2. Women should be able to get an abortion if they want to because it is their body they can do what they want with it.

  3. Everyone has their own beliefs whether it is due to religious reasons or traditions regarding abortions. They should be able to have abortions because everyone has their own problems and reasons for what they do. Sometimes it is the most loving thing to do.

  4. They should be letting the new generations decide what they want to do with their body not try to get them on one side as soon as they are old enough to know what is going on.

  5. I think this is unfair women should have their own opinion to have a abortion or not as we all have our own opinions everyone has their own religious beliefs and we should respect what they believe in.

  6. Although I believe abortion is a form of murder, women should have the choice and be allowed their own opinions on abortion as everyone is entitled to it. Also, it is their body so they can do what they want with it, no one should have to do something they don’t want to do.

  7. There shouldn’t be a law on abortion, the decision should be made by the woman who is carrying the baby and the person who fertilised the egg. No one can make a decision for them, they were the ones that created the life

  8. Women should have the right to get an abortion if they would like. She would be the one carrying the baby for 9 months, having to go through all the pain and maybe she isn’t ready for that. The government shouldn’t decide if she has to go through the 9 months of pain or not.

  9. women should be the ones deciding on what happens with THEIR child, not the government. Maybe something happened,y maybe it was not planned, she might just not be ready. once again, the government shouldn’t be making the decisions

  10. I think that abortion depends on the situation. Also women should have the right decide whether to use abortion because at the end of the day it’s the womans decision as she has been the one carrying the baby and just bearing that in mind I think we need to be discrete and think this is their decision.

  11. everyone has their own beliefs to follow and it is the woman’s choice. having an abortion depends on what the situation is, it could be rape or they just don’t want the baby.

  12. although I feel that abortion is a type of murder I think that woman should have the choice. It is their body and there could be different circumstances.

  13. i think the women should be accepted as to who he is no matter the situation. some people might say the baby might resemble the rapist but you should accept the baby for who it is

  14. Spain is a pretty religious country and so leaving it to the government to allow people to demonstrate value of lives would mean they will most likely deny abortion.

  15. women should be able to choose if they wish to have an abortion or not. It is not up to the governments choice as they do not know the physical/mental state of the mother. Also, if the pregnancy is a product of rape, the mother may not want to bring the child into this world as they will never know who their true father is. Also, the child would be a constant reminder to the mother of what had happened to her.

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