Okay, I'll bite. Anyone being forced to undergo one by force is wrong. Anyone being pressured into one is clearly very wrong. The wrong is on the people applying the force, clearly. Anyone feeling like they have no other choice due to economic pressure is not wrong on a personal level but they're in a very wrong situation.
EDIT: Yes, and I'll stand by that. I don't want anyone to ever feel like they don't have a choice. You may think that being pro-choice is an automatic slant toward an abortion but it really isn't. I'll even defend the teenaged girl who wants to have a baby and have more than once helped girls get the proper support and at the same time donated to Irish charities to help Irish women travel to Britain for a termination if needed. I see no conflict and am delight that ROI has finally given women proper autonomy.
I know the organized pro-life movement fetishes "late term abortions," and I agree that the thought is unsavoury, but they're VERY RARE and never happen on a whim. When you look into the details of the "why" it's always a grim and tragic tale that was never going to end happily. I don't see any reason to inflict more suffering.
I'm always minded of a woman I heard about in Texas with a failed pregnancy. She ended up with her fetus's foot hanging out of her for several days and couldn't be induced because the fetus wasn't dead yet, nor was she showing signs of sepsis - yet. She had to wait at home until the fetus died. What a horrible way to end a WANTED pregnancy for the sake of a stranger's abstract sense of morality. And then there are the more well-known cases where women have actually died because of time limits on abortion even though it was known that the pregnancy couldn't last. Likewise, I don't believe that any woman should be forced to birth a baby destined to soon die. If she WANTS to do that to get a sense of closure I'll support her but she shouldn't be made to because someone else thinks it's a good idea.
And as for a fertilized egg, you're right to suspect that I have no strong attachment to the thought. It has no consciousness yet and is only a possibility. I don't think anyone but the carrier has a right to decide whether or not they are willing to host it. The born individual with a consciousness and who must live in our complex network of social ties takes precedence. Just to be clear, I don't think anyone except for someone suffering some kind of mental illness (I believe there is such a thing as addiction to pregnancy) ever actively wants to get pregnant in order to have an abortion. There are cheaper and more immediate forms of self harm. It's sad that anyone at all has to make that choice, but it's not for anyone else to make it for them.