Quoting Lizzy Payne:" I agree with necessary evil, like if the baby will be in terrible pain everyday if given birth to."
Yes, there's definitely situations like that. But there are others, too. For example, let's say there was a woman who was raped and became pregnant. It wouldn't be fair for her or the child to force her to stay pregnant with a child that could easily be perceived as the "rapist's spawn". There have been scenarios of women resenting their children due to their being a product of rape, which causes considerable damage for that child as well as the mother. In other cases, there's a family of six on welfare struggling to get by. Sometimes they have barely any money to eat, the father is walking the streets of Philadelphia holding a sign asking for spare change from strangers. The mother finds out she's pregnant again, and knows this child couldn't be supported financially and will worsen the circumstances this family is in.
See what I mean?
I used to consider myself Pro-Life, I thought abortion was selfish and wrong as well. But you know, it's best to look at such situations from another perspective. To see why it truly is necessary, as ugly as it can be perceived. There's really no way you can judge what kind of situation that abortion would be the right option for, there's no way to tell.
Please don't mind the size of this post, I didn't mean to make it this long.