In light of the recent Supreme court decision on partial-birth abortion, here are some interesting takes on the issue.
First, my better half (a.k.a. Captain Fatbody) argues that if you're against abortion, you should be opposed to the death penalty too.
Next, a man faces an ethical dilemma he never thought he'd have to, when his pregnant wife loses consciousness. And a woman explains why she had a partial-birth abortion.
These last two articles do a good job of explaining why the abortion decision should be left to a woman and her doctor (or, in the case she's incapacitated, her designee). In both cases, the baby was very much wanted. There was just no way that it would have been viable.