- Yes men should have a right if it’s their child.
- No women are the ones who should have authority since they carry the child.
Should men have a say in abortion? I don’t mean the government this is scenario?
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The father should ALWAYS get a say unless he's a rapists or abuser.
But in the end, if he really wants one, he can pay a surrogate.
They both have the right to refuse their half of genes from forming the baby. And at the end of the day, its HER who has to carry/provide and push the thing out. If she doesn't want it, it is then literally a parasite inside her body.
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Yes, but if he wants the child and she doesn't he should be the one to pay for medical expenses and care for the child once it's born. About child support - I'm still undecided if men should be obligated to pay it but well in this scenario I think it's fair to not demand it from a woman since she already went through the trouble of pregnancy for you.
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funny how feminists never suggest women to close their legs... but men can't have an opinion on abortion.
I would prefer to see all abortion made illegal. Then, if a mother doesn't want custody, she can agree for dad to take custody.
Sure the man should have a say. But ultimately I think I would go along with whatever the woman's choice is, since she's the one who would (or would not) have to bear the child.
Yes, if he wants the baby and she kills it anyway, he should get damages and I mean money. It could mean an end to his family name.
He has every right to ditch her if she does, but ultimately, only she can make the decision to abort or not.
Men should not be able to tell a woman whether to abort, but women should also not be able to tell a man whether he has to be a father. If women can abort, men should be able to financially abort... that is, decide to not be legally and financially responsible for the child. That is the only fair solution to this issue.
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