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The thing you posted is ridiculous, and I don't know anyone who actually thinks that way.
I would say that there are some men who act like women as a whole are dishonest, untrustworthy, cheaters, etc. who lie about paternity to get money from men, and I think that attitude is misogynistic.
The reality is that some women have multiple male sex partners, either when they are single or when they are in a relationship (cheaters), and that they may, either purposefully or ignorantly, lead a man to believe that he is the father of her child. This is a problem and I think that men absolutely have the right to know if a child is theirs and to not raise or pay child support for a child that isn't theirs. The only problem I have is with people who think that the majority of women are like this.
However, if we accept that a man is not responsible for a child that is not biologically his (which I do), one question that should be addressed is: What rights does a man have if he finds out that the child is not his but still wants to be part of that child's life? As a hypothetical, what if a man raised a child for 8 years believing it is his child. He and his wife divorce, and she tells him at this point that the kid isn't his, and paternity testing proves it. He decides he doesn't care because he loves the child. Does he have any right to be in that child's life if the mother does not want him to be?0