The woman has been more prudent compared to the man in the management of her eggs, while she releases typically one at a time, the man has been so very wasteful that he releases billions of sperms in a little shot and therefore becoming more culpable of abortion.
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Abortion for me is the termination of the process of procreation at
any of the 3 phases that have to occur to enable the formation of a baby. For convenience, abortion has been contemporarily and deliberately restricted to the object the rather than the subject.
The 3 Phases of abortion are discussed below.
The egg of a woman as a matter of fact is a living thing that has right to its own existence but rather, nature has established a way of putting the light out of it leading to a process that has been termed menstruation. Menstruation as a termination of the process of procreation is a form of abortion and this is my personal stand.
The sperm meets egg stage is what I am using to indicate the few periods of time surrounding the co-joining of the sperm to the egg to commence the earliest stage of child formation. It has been debated that at this stage it cannot be referred to as an embryo though not disputing the fact that this speck of life is as much as a living organism just as any other else. These assumptions are only to justify the termination of this speck of life without labeling the act as an abortion but for me it is an abortion anyway no matter how brilliantly it is covered up.
The embryo stage is what I refer to as the shape of life; here a distinctive formation could be seen that going forward transforms gradually into the human shape and which becomes the child at birth. At this stage, there is already an established link via the uterus wall to the mother and this is the longest period within the procreation process.