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Abortion woman rights but where are the mans rights.
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Posted 3/18/12
condom people, CONDOM!!

or better yet, have a tubal ligation if you don't want to have some cows knocking on your door
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That is very true. Abortion should be decided after agreed upon both parties, both the man and the woman. It's totally unfair to the man. Human life is not important until the fetus develops proper senses anyway, otherwise it would be murder to masturbate! (Which millions of men do everyday. It's a massacre!)
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Posted 3/19/12 , edited 3/19/12
Let me break this down for you:
A) Supreme Court ruled in Roe V. Wade that anti-abortion laws violate a womans right to privacy. That means that it's none of your buisness and it's not your decision to tell me what to do with my body.
B) What if said child was to be born with anencephaly or Tay-Sachs? The child wouldn't live for very long, nor would it be able to live without support. I think it's less selfish and more humane to terminate the pregnancy, than to allow the child to suffer and live a short life.
C) If all life is sacred, then stop eating meat, stop smoking, don't step on bugs, try not to cut yourself. Where do you draw the line at "life"? When it conveniences you?
D) If I can't get an abortion or birth control without a mans consent, then a man shouldn't get Viagra without my consent. Oh, what? That invades his privacy? Too bad! Equivelent exchange, asshole!
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I don't like the idea that a man has absolutely no say in what happens to his own child before it is born. I think that if a man wants to take of his own child, he should have the right to do so. Even if he just wants to give the baby up for adoption he should be able to. I think that if the male partner is present, then a woman shouldn't be allowed to have an abortion without the consent of the baby's father. It isn't right.
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A) Regardless of the law, this thread is about opinion. It isn't just about a woman's body; it's also about the child that's inside of it. When a woman is pregnant, she is carrying the life of another man's child, and it's right for him to be able to have a say in what happens to that child. As a woman, I'm saying that it's very selfish that most woman have absolutely no interest in how the man feels in this situation.

D) I, personally, don't think that a woman should have to have a man's consent to get birth control, but if you get pregnant and your boyfriend is present and wants the child, I don't think you should be allowed to have an abortion unless there is serious mental/emotional damage happening to the mother, or unless the mother's life is in danger.

I understand how you feel, that it's your body and no one should be able to tell you what to do with it, but it isn't even a little fair to completely cut the father of the child out of the equation just because you don't want the child.
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Posted 3/26/12
^ Because it isn't the man's decision.
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Posted 3/26/12
Lol @ thread


MilianViolet wrote:

I don't like the idea that a man has absolutely no say in what happens to his own child before it is born. I think that if a man wants to take of his own child, he should have the right to do so. Even if he just wants to give the baby up for adoption he should be able to. I think that if the male partner is present, then a woman shouldn't be allowed to have an abortion without the consent of the baby's father. It isn't right.


Also I'd be way more down for this if growing embryos to full development ex utero was a thing
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Posted 3/26/12 , edited 3/26/12
Oh also removal of embryo/fetus with risk of harm to mother at or below abortion risks
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Posted 3/26/12

pretendz0r wrote:
Also I'd be way more down for this if growing embryos to full development ex utero was a thing


What?
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Posted 3/26/12

MilianViolet wrote:


pretendz0r wrote:
Also I'd be way more down for this if growing embryos to full development ex utero was a thing


What?


You know, tank grown baby? Where it doesn't actually involve the woman's body any more
Posted 5/16/12
there's all this talk about 'use a condom' but we already know that. there are cases where the condom breaks or one of them tries to trap the other.
i think there should be more of a focus on legal paternity surrender. if the mother wants to keep the baby, that's fine but since she has the option to opt out of parenthood (abortion/adoption), the father should also be given that right. that way women who try to trap the man into paying child support would be sol and he obviously can't trap her because she already has legal ways to opt out.
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Posted 5/16/12
It's the woman's body, so she should have more say in the matter.
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Posted 5/17/12
Because that is the way it is. If a man doesn't want to pay child support but the woman wants the baby, then tough titty for you, you should have been more careful where you stick your dick. If you don't want to have to deal with the responsibility, then wear a condom, and if that isn't safe enough for you, then don't have sex that can result in a child.

Is it fair? Maybe it is, maybe it isn't but you can't change it
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Posted 5/17/12

Morbidhanson wrote:

It's the woman's body, so she should have more say in the matter.


It's the man's child, if he wants to raise it, and the woman does not, why should he not have custody over it?
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Posted 5/17/12 , edited 5/17/12

longfenglim wrote:


Morbidhanson wrote:

It's the woman's body, so she should have more say in the matter.


It's the man's child, if he wants to raise it, and the woman does not, why should he not have custody over it?


If she does not want the kid, she'd better have a very good reason to not let the man take custody of the kid.

Women contribute more in having children than men do. It's easier to inseminate a bunch of people than it is to give birth. I am not saying that the man should not have a say, but I believe that the woman should have more of a say than the man. How the decision process should be broken down is entirely up for debate.
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