Just for the sake of argument, I would like you to think about a different point of view. My religion (not a fringe religion, by the way) does not teach that human life begins at conception. In my belief system, the soul of a human child does not enter the body until the moment of quickening. That means that for the first 5 months or so, we are not dealing with a human person but with a clump of cells with the potential to grow into a human person. Under my belief system, there is no evil involved in a first term abortion.
Now, you certainly have the right to believe as you do, and I have the right to believe as I do. That is what it is to live in a pluralistic society. If you do not want to have an abortion, I will never argue that you should have one. All I want for my niece and the daughters of my friends is that they remain able to make their own private, intimate healthcare decisions without interference by those who do not share their beliefs. I don't think that's too much to ask.
Oh, and I would also like for them to continue to have access to birth control to minimize the risk that they will be forced to make very difficult decisions. Also pap smears and breast exams. That would also be nice to have, IMHO.