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But if its up to her in the end how is his feelings valid can you explain that to me
@Nerofang23 His feelings of wanting a child and leaving are valid, meaning he is allowed to feel them. But he is still not allowed to decide for her. If he can't accept it, then of course he should leave. Honestly, I wouldn't even be having sex with someone unless we were on the same page of what to do if that happens.
Well, not everyone wants to stay with a child killer. Ehem, well that's not my point of view - I'm aware that the 'child' is killed before it becomes sentient - but for some people that doesn't matter - life is life - and it's a fairly valid point of view. He probably would've stayed with her if she had the baby - or maybe he would've been willing to raise the baby himself if his partner was so against it. But in the end it comes down to differing beliefs, and that's more than enough of a reason to two people to not be together.
"abortion" "disagreement". Well let me kill your parents then, seeing you equate murder to "disagreement"
If she doesn't want a baby then she doesn't want to have one. It's probably better not to have an unwanted baby.
It takes 2 to make a baby, so a decision like abortion should also take 2.
And having a child should also take two. But being committed to raising a child is a big thing. It shouldn't happen if both are not in favor
Well, I don't know the couple nor their situation, nor how much they communicated their feelings. Maybe the father would've been willing to take care of the child himself if she was so against it? Why do both need to be in favor? Woman all the time go and give birth by themselves so they can raise a baby on their own. Men generally don't have the honor of getting such a choice, at least not without spending tens of thousands of dollars.