You get it.
Thank you for the MHO.
It is entitely a personal peoblem for he people it has affected. But the reality that most people already TRUST and it turns out that there is paternity fraud shows the growing concern. A man would work his whole life and invest into a child that ends up not being his because of betrayal and dishonesty. The wife would have lived that lie.This would be more for protection... If the man knew at birth , it would drastically chane his view on wheher he will stay or leave. I would vote that he should leave her.
Yes, it is a personal problem for those it has affected. How about we let them deal with it how they see fit? My husband and I had no reason to need any kind of paternity test for our children. Why should it be mandatory for us just because you don’t trust women. There are dishonest people in this world. You will have to figure out a way to identify these people on your own. The government cannot protect you from everybody. Sometimes, you gotta protect yourself. 🤷🏻♀️I do have a question for you though... do you also want to government to make it so the man HAS to leave the woman if she lied? Or are you okay with him making that choice for himself?
As a previous commemt said."I also think it would be a good thing to make it mandatory from a social perspective. Currently a father risks serious damage to the relationship by asking for a paternity test. Were it compulsory that obstacle would disappear. It would be interesting to see what effect that would have on women's behavior.Of course, it would require concomitant legal changes. Marriage currently bestows legitimacy (and thus support) on any child the wife bears. That would not fit well in a regimen with compulsory paternity tests"Emphasis on the womans behaviour. However, this also creates agency for fathers who would want to try and bail. It actually protects both the woman and the man by keeping them honest. You and your husband made your choice , trust is a big factor it really depends on the woman as she will always known it would be hers as she birthed the child. In cases of medical procedures where fathers have learned that their child isn't actually theirs, how would you fix this scenario? Someone lied to for the last 10-20 years raising a child he thought was his. The mother is the only one who knows and went along with it, what can be done to make that right? Perhaps the mother should pay the spouse back for the number of years if he wanted to seek some justice. This question bothers a lot of females but it also takes a lot of courage for a female to agree to something like this. It might outcater her as she could possibly be going against the female collective. This teat usually helps both people in their actions because it warrants consequence if they are dishonest, betrayer and disloyal.It should be mandatory across the board.
ContinuedYour statement about "you dont trust women" I assume you are generalizing and not directly saying that i do not trust women, these choice of words are subliminal and paint me as distrusting of women , which i am not. I am however, looking out for my fellow men because we need that from eachother a lot.To answer your question lastly, No, i think you are missing the point of the context and what it entails. The man can make his own choice of his own volition but i dont see why he would if his trust was broken. I have another question for you then,Why would the mother want to keep it a secret? I can tell ou that there would be more malicious reasons than not.Also this is another way of figuring it out on your own. I actually gife all my male friends a test kit to use as soon as their child is born. They knew i was this was before they had children too. It was up to them to use it or not.
Exactly it in turn helps and keeps both parties in check for honesty.
Yep. It might put Maury Povich out of business though. 😆
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I think even i you are married still.