As a female who is not planning to have children of my own, I feel that if given the option of abortion in the case of an accidental pregnancy (or God forbid rape), I would ultimately go through with it. But ironically, I am vehemently against the idea in terms of morality. Personally, I believe killing a baby during the first stages of cognitive senses (which is difficult to measure) in every case besides the life of the mother is murder. That said, I also believe it is irrational to assume that cases such as rape and other complications should force the woman into giving birth.
Honestly, I would like to see some sort of alternative where the baby can be removed safely and still grow into a proper human being perhaps in a laboratory or hospital. I think this route would be ideal - and would certainly satisfy both sides. I am not sufficiently educated in the medical world, so I'm not sure how close we could be to something like this.
So my position is basically one of hypocrisy. I believe abortion is wrong, but also that it should be allowed just in case I am in a tricky situation. As horrible as it sounds, one "human" life does not make a significant impact on the future relative to all human beings who have been born. And, I certainly will not sacrifice my body for someone else's actions.
Note: Cases of irresponsibility, including with myself, should not justify abortion. I would not abort based on my own irresponsibility.