What's the difference? There are consequences for people who take on actions that can be, and are lethal to others. Sure, there are also accidents and such, along with the DUIs and reckless driving. But then... Isn't it the same with countless other things? Roller coasters, large toys/tables/chairs for 2-3 year olds, guns, and so on...? There are countless things in the world that are free to us and can be potentially dangerous, even if it's merely a child's toy. Accidents happen, yes, but the government can't come in and enforce people to give up such things without any problems, they'd simply be crossing their line of power. And it's the same thing with cosmetic surgery. They're doing it to themselves.
However, abortion is different. It's a quick fix for numerous teenagers who don't want to accept the consequences for their actions. And no, not everyone who has an abortion is a young woman/teen, but many are, and even then, I still question some of the decisions made by older women to have abortions.
Again, I post:
"A major thrust of pro-abortion rhetoric has been the assumption that if only young people were given adequate education in how to use contraceptives, and then adequate access to them, the problem would be solved.
"Title X, the U.S. federal family planning program which has expended billions of dollars giving contraceptives to teenagers over the last three decades, has proven to be a colossal failure. Wherever its clinics have been established, an intense campaign has been launched to teach contraceptive use to unmarried teens. The result? The pregnancy rate has gone up. The sexually transmitted disease has gone up. The abortion rate has gone up. The age of first sexual encounter is younger. Planned Parenthood has reported that 60% of women getting abortions had used contraceptives the month they became pregnant (Chapter 35). This evidence, along with other studies, has convinced many that the siren song of "give them contraceptives and the problem will be solved," is not part of the solution, but rather part of the problem."
Edit: By the way, why directly post an essay from some website, princesslady? Why not just quote certain pieces to use as backup in whatever you want to say? I don't think anyone will read it.