A hetero woman - very unlikely
A hetero man - yeah, even more unlikely
A lesbian - ridiculous
So what's left?
Abortions are ultra hard dilema to resolve. How rational should we be? Do we realy need to protect the potentional life? When embryo get its rights and does it have ones? I don't have answers for this questions.
When i was younger, i thought that «dis is bad», but now i don't care – it's not my business, let people decide for their own. Or at least it's what i want myself to think. In reality, when i heard that one girl made an abortion, it kinda changed my perception of her.
I think the best thing to do is exterminate the cause of crisis pregnancy. I can't speek from the female point of view, but it seems to me that either solution of this accidental pregnancy (giving a birth to unwanted child / abortion) is equally harmful for mother.
And i think, that father (if he's present) of the embryo should have his part in makin' descision. But, again, how do his rights colerrate to the rights of his partner? Are they equal? Do we need a judje to make a descision? Isn't it tramples on free will and e.t.c.
As i said before – Hell, it's the question the right answer we'll never find, cause we'd like to make up a distinctive rules, so we could judge is it appropriate or not, but every situation is not like the other and it can't be treated like a precedent case. So who's the judje? I'd said the god is, but i don't belive in him/her/it :-). (Or at least it's what i want myself to think.)
As many others have said, I think that it depends on the situation. I don't have a problem but action needs to be taken early in the pregnancy.
On a separate note - I think know this thread is meant to be kept serious, but I can't resist:
Q: What do you call an abortion in Prague?
A: A cancelled Czech!