I am 20-year-old woman saying "to Hell with Alabama banning abortions!" Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed the state law that makes any case of abortion a felony.

Now, I am a huge believer in having abortion banned, but not in all cases.

For instance, I truly believe that if a woman was raped she should be able to get an abortion. That woman, who is a victim of an unlawful and sinful act should not have to be reminded of the terror of her rape for the nine months to follow to bring her rapist's child into the world.

To make a victim of rape carry that child to term and then go through the pain of childbirth is unethical.

Now, I do agree with this law when it comes to having an abortion be lawful when the mother's well-being is at stake. However, I do not see how we can live in a country where we are given so many freedoms but yet are told and forced by the government to tell us when we can or cannot abort.

In many cases, women get abortions because it's an unexpected pregnancy, but if that woman is not a victim of a crime and of the legal age to make her own decisions then I personally feel like putting that child up for adoption is the brighter alternative. Although there is an abundance of children in foster homes and put up for adoption each year, by putting that child up for adoption you are allowing that child to potentially have a better life than they would if you simply killed them before they even had the chance to come into this world. By aborting that human being, you are not simply ending that potential life, but ending the actual life of that child that could have so much potential in life.

There are numerous girls who get pregnant at a young age, but I see it as if you are in high school or college and you are able to know right from wrong and make your own decisions regarding your own life then you should have any say in what occurs with your unborn child. I have numerous friends from high school and college that are mothers at the young ages of 16-20. They say that bringing their child into the world was the best thing they have ever done. They took responsibility for their actions. Regardless of being young, they knew that getting pregnant even if not planned was the result of their actions with their partner.

Getting raped no matter what your age and being a child under 16 is when abortion should be allowed.

Being reckless and getting pregnant on accident when you are aware of your actions is when you as woman need to either take responsibility of that child that you have created or put that child up for adoption to give them the opportunity to have a great life.

When it comes to the argument saying that women should have the rights over what occurs to their body, they are absolutely right as everyone in the world should have that right. But, what about that child's father. What about the cases where the mother simply just does not what to have the child, but the father does? That father should still have the right to care for that child and have custody of that child once it is brought into this world. That unborn child was made equally between that man and woman together.

There are so many arguments that could be made about this law and many debates made. Will the law go into immediate effect, well we will have to just wait and see.

Although there are many opinions circulating around this ban, I simply just shed my own opinions and thoughts on the matter, what are yours?