The woman who fought her battle up through the courts to the supreme court for the right to have an abortion has died. Please see below’s link.
I believe a woman has the right to make her own decisions and no man, court or supreme court should take that away from her regardless of what decision she chooses.
I had two miscarriages before I gave birth to my twins back in 1979. Having to undergo two dilation and evacuations to clean out the remains of my fetuses were extremely heartbreaking experiences. I wanted so much to have a child. I was devastated. This was beyond my decision to make, it was G-Ds.
When I gave birth to my twins, they were born prematurely and my one son developed a brain bleed which left him with severe brain damage. If my son was found to be physically challenged before birth, would I have chosen to abort him? Again, this would have been my decision to make.
Like I said above, regardless of pro-life or the right to abort, it is still a woman’s’ right to choose. If I was in the position to choose, it is a private decision between me and G-D . Regardless of my beliefs, which I haven’t stated here, it is not my business to pry in a women’s personal rights. With that being said, the Supreme Court needs to be reminded the rights of a woman to have or not to have an abortion is not their decision.
In my opinion, the court should keep the option open for a woman to make her own decision, Planned Parenthood needs to be regulated so they support the rights of a woman’s decision and help them through the decision-making on an individual basis. I believe the court should look into the practice of each Planned Parenthood agendas to legalize their actions toward supporting and not solely serving as abortion clinics.
Summary: No man, court or individual’s belief should influence the rights of women. It is our body, our rights and our beliefs.