They don't look at it as choosing to get pregnant. The reality is however, they are making that choice. They just don't look at it as a responsibility. The just believe if they want to have sex they have a right to do that. Birth control or not, if people have sex they are always acting in a way that could result in pregnancy. Just have to say, that since females are the ones who get pregnant, they have sort if a greater responsibility in this area. But let's not forget that if a female becomes pregnant and decisions need to be made, there is some male involved as well.
I haven't looked at the numbers, but I doubt women just get pregnant and have abortions all the time. It's traumatic and disruptive. Many people may not have access to preventatives or education about them.
Birth control fails, "good girls" don't use it/ aren't allowed to get it because only "bad girls" have sex and then the good girls get an unwelcome surprise when their hormones kick in. Lots of reasons unwanted pregnancies happen but women do not just run out and get an abortion. There is a lot of thought that goes into the decision.
I'm totally against abortion. To me they are no different than murderers. They stopped their child's heart from beating, just like murderers did to their victims. They know that a baby can be made by having intercourse, but use abortion when the baby comes at the wrong time in their life.
Usually the ones who have abortions didnt get pregnant by choice. Very often their pills didnt work or they are knocked by some MAN who was too studly or ignorant to use a condom. Recall please TWO people are usually involved in making a baby and BOTH bear responsibility in preventing unwanted oregnancy. As for why pro-abortionists also tend to be anti-capitol punishment i dont know other than its an awesome example of atheistic hypocracy.
Because today's society is cold hearted and emotionless. We have so much mass media influence that we have lost all empathy for each other, look at what just happened in Colorado. It's really sad how far we have fallen.