Only Uruguay, Cuba and Guyana allow voluntary terminations in South America, which has some of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world. In El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua, it is banned, and women can be sentenced to jail even for having a miscarriage. In Argentina, terminations were allowed in only two instances: rape, and danger to the mother's life.
Deep down, I'm pro-life but at the same time I'm a realist. Back street abortions will happen regardless and we all know how dangerous they can be for the woman.
I'm also pro-choice, but I certainly believe that the father should have a say in the matter, if he can be found. I've had my fair share of robust discussions with groups of women regarding fathers and let's just say that they all ended in an impasse.