An interesting read from the National Post that concludes,
Pregnancy is not a medical infirmity. It is a natural state. Abortion is not a medical “treatment”; it is a service. Women seeking abortions of healthy fetuses out of convenience or sexism — that is, women who are not seeking relief from authentic psychological or physical suffering — are not “patients.” They are clients.
Clients have wishes; they do not have inalienable rights. When the wishes of clients run counter to society’s health, or other people’s natural rights — and by “people” I include unborn babies who were viable before their skulls were surgically crushed — then regulation of the practice is not only admissible, it is desirable, and nobody should have to fear censure from powerful special interest groups for saying so.