Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Penelope, Sep 8, 2018.
nope------the only issue is how to WORD the law
By wording the law to allow exceptions you give lie to the idea of true equality.
Mind you I am arguing theoreticals here.
law is a matter of "words" An equal rights law -----any one---male or female
can terminate a pregnancy of his body
That's trying to be cute, and it doesn't work with me.
If sex is removed from the concept of law, then it doesn't matter who possesses the fetus, by logic, both parents should be "legally" able to terminate a pregnancy.
your sick logic------by your sick logic-----wives should be legally able to
arrange a vasectomy for hubby
No, that isn't the case.
In a legal sense if you remove sex from the equation, both parties should be able to legally "abort" the child.
Forcing surgery on someone isn't the same thing.
It’s way less than going to the trauma of having an unwanted child.
It’s always hilarious to me that Republicans believe they are the honor guard of Americas morals.
And then look what they elected president.
So men don't suffer trauma from having an unwanted child?
They? You don’t think Independents voted for DJT?
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