"As long as his job was only to have 3 muscular contractions followed by a number of spasms and a few drops of ejected body fluid, then he shuts up [. . .]"his responsibility did not end with the ejection of the body fluid. If it takes two to tango, then it takes also two to bear the responsibility."I'm sorry but could you please pick one and fix the other so it still makes sense? You can't say that he doesn't do more than ejaculate and therefore no say in abortion while also saying that he has to do more than ejaculate and therefore child support. I'm sure you can find another reason to justify one of those arguments, but you just can't use both of these since they directly contradict each other. Please.
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No shit Sherlock!
So, if you ever found yourself in that situation you'd keep the child I'm guessing?
@sweet87 I don’t believe, nor support abortion, and I would never try to trap a guy by having one. I’d raise it on my own.
Or put the baby up for adoption.
Not really what I asked tho is it? And don't you think you're being pretty presumptuous to suggest this lady "trapped" this guy? It takes two to tango!
Sorry I just seen that you updated ya question.
"I would never try to trap a guy by having one. I’d raise it on my own." It's not trapping him to expect him to take responsibility for the child he helped create.
@mistixs confirms and birth control together could have avoided this
@mistixs that's very true, but one thing people need to understand is that the father has a choice whether he is in the child's life or not, if he didn't then how would equal rights exist in this scenario? Don't get me wrong in my opinion any real man would step up to the mark and be the best dad he could be, but as it's the woman's choice whether she has a baby or not, it's the man's decision if he is gonna step his game up and be a dad.
@Anonymous Yes, if he had decided to use a condom, he could have avoided it. But there's a pregnancy so if she is expected to take responsibility for the pregnancy, then he should, too
@sweet87 If I decided to keep it, then yeah, I would hope the father would help support it, but if we’re not married, I wouldn’t put up a fight.
@opinion owner whatever happens I wish you well.
If the law can guarantee men parental rights even if the mother doesn't want him to, then the law can guarantee men parental responsibilities even if he doesn't want them.Men can't have their cake and eat it too
Men have to prove they have parental rights in situations such as this, would you really want help from someone who had no interest in being a part of their child's life? I personally think they're both better off without in that instance.
@mistixs A girl needs to be 10 X’s more precautious about protection since she has the blessings of bearing one. I just feel like it’s more the woman’s fault for an unplanned pregnancy, unless she was raped, but that’s another topic. Therefore, I feel as if the guy should have options to support it or not.
He's equally responsible. He could have decided to wear a condom or, better yet, to not have sex at all. He should be held as responsible as she is
@mistixs No. You decide whether or not he wears a condom. End of story. Bye
Well, he gets at least as much say in regards to whether he wears a condom. Regardless, he could have chosen to not have sex & then the pregnancy wouldn't have happened
@mistixs If he doesn’t wanna wear a condom, and you don’t wanna be preggo, then DON’T have sex.
So the woman is responsible for the child because she chose to have sex? Then so is he. If he doesn't want to be responsible for a child, he can choose to not have sex.