Three people have a choice in a pregnancy
Realistically, any pregnancy involves three people: the pregnant woman, the man who fathered the child, and the child itself.
It is flawed thinking to allow only the woman to have a choice. A woman’s choice begins with responsibility for her actions prior to pregnancy. Once pregnant, the choice is no longer hers alone.
Instead of destroying a life, the woman and man can consider raising the child or giving it up for adoption. Nine months is a small price to pay to bring a precious life into the world.
SUZANNE K. LEOW,