i read the first page & don't intend to read further, nor will i respond again after this, because unless you're capable of carrying a fetus and giving birth, i don't care about your opinion on the topic and never will. i'm just going to address a few things that were mentioned.
1. women don't just decide to have late term abortions because they decided they don't want a child. at this point in pregnancy, women have chosen to give birth and have become emotionally attached. women have late term abortions because the fetus has a serious abnormality or because giving birth will risk their life. it is a devastating decision to have to make. making women have to jump through hoops to have a late term abortions is incredibly cruel.
2. adoption isn't a reasonable alternative, because:
a. not all babies get adopted, and less infants in the system = more older children get adopted
b. pregnancy is very difficult on the woman's body. it causes permanent changes. postpartum depression can be very severe. giving birth can cause tears that cause severe pain for months and years. here's a story!: "No one- absolutely no one told me before my pregnancy that my birth could end up being a diabolic experience with fourth degree tears, my flesh being cut from anus to vaginal hole, that we would need the assistance of a vacuum. That I could end up having multiple surgeries trying to give back my ability to hold my feces, that it would take 14 months for to be able to have sex with my husband again and even after that the sex would never be the same. I have suffered from horrible PPD and the feeling that my sex life and body had been robbed from me made me really angry, sad and bitter for a long time. My marriage has suffered from the fact that I couldn't have intimate connection with my husband."
3. the "people should take responsibility for their actions" argument is absolutely absurd. you're arguing that carrying a fetus and potentially have to raise a child for 18 years should be a punishment. why would you want someone to bring an unwanted child into the world? or a child that a parent can't afford? it doesn't just "punish" the mother, it punishes the child. that's ridiculous. find a better argument. and no, just give the child up for adoption isn't a valid response (see #2).