These are ten of the worst arguments for abortion. The point in identifying them, though, is not to burn a line of straw men; rather, it is to call attention to the prevalence of poor reasoning in holding up the pro-choice side popularly. Most of my students enter my medical ethics class convinced of the justice of abortion without any familiarity with the philosophical literature. Despite having very poor arguments in support of abortion, few pro-choicers leave my class converted. This is particularly worrisome since nearly all abortion defenses, employed consistently, are also defenses of infanticide.