In answer to your question regarding B, I think that most posters do not like extremes. I would think that B is seen as dehumanizing, as I do. Having had a fair number of cats, it has happened a number times that one should be euthanized to end its suffering, and that I have agreed, but I have become aware of how difficult this procedure is for the veteranarian. So I can only assume the degree of difficulty this would present to the medical staff. And this does not even touch the irresponsibility of the woman in question, who I am sure was aware of being pregnant for quite some time prior. I think that society has some rights also, not just the individual, and that there is a median that can be reached.
Okisites wrote: For the first case why i wanted it to be illegal for teenager to abort. The opinion is all the person involved in the case including the teenager who is victim of rape by a family member, are criminals. What is going to happen with them according to the nature is a punishment of breaking the moral law. The abortion which is set to be operated is actually doing the wrong by letting them away from the trap of natural punishment mainly to the family members. It is not good for the society because this law can make people careless for committing this moral and social crime.
In the above scenario the teenager when raped by a relative would be punished by having to carry an unwanted baby by her, in addition it would be unwanted by her family, and then it would be used as a weapon to punish. I think it would be far more moral and compassionate to end that pregnancy. One more thing, morals depend on time and place and are not written in stone.