Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by Penelope, Sep 8, 2018.
Depends on if they even know if there was an unwanted child.
I’ll never understand why Republicans are so adamant to protect the fetus.
But when it comes to children they say fuk it it’s not my kid. They don’t even want to give the born healthcare or education. They say it’s not my responsibility.
Then why the fuk are you horning in on other peoples lives telling them what they are supposed to do if it’s not your responsibility?
Which does nothing to change the fact that right now there is a legal imbalance. Women can discard of an unwanted pregnancy, both legally and physically, and men cannot. (legally)
G I don’t know? Could it be because men don’t get pregnant?
But they can be held accountable for it with no legal way out, yet women have a legal way out.
If we remove sex as a distinction from law, how does that still happen?
In which case neither she nor the man are responsible for the child. Their obligation is always equal.
Because he's not carrying the child. If he wishes to carry the child, he gets that choice for his own body. If she's the one carrying the child, she gets to make that choice for her own body
From a man MAKING her carry a child or MAKING her abort?
Nope. She is the one that gets to control the use of her own body. Just as the man is the one that gets to control his.
Their control over their own bodies are equal. Just as their obligation is equal. Either they are both responsible, or neither are.
The obligation is always equal. If she 'has a legal way out', then he doesn't have any obligation either. If she bears the child, then they are both equally responsible for the child.
What you're proposing is a woman being responsible for every child she bears. But a man having no responsibility for any child he sires.
Laughing.....nope. They both have the same legal obligations. Either both are responsible or neither are. There's a reason your absurd, pseudo-legal proposal that a man never have to take responsibility for any child he sires is rejected by 50 of 50 States.
There is no legal imbalance. At all times their obligations are equal. Their control over their own bodies are equal.
What you're demanding is a legal inequality. Where either a woman is responsible for every child she bears but a man never has to take responsibility for any child he sires......OR......a man gets to control the use of his own body AND he gets to control the use of a woman's body. While she gets to control neither his nor her own.
Nope. We're not imposing your absurd legal imbalance. We will continue to hold to equal obligations and equal control over one's own body. Which is both fair and reasonable.
One would think this was obvious. But apparently we have to hold their hands and walk them through the process of where baby's come from.
There are two bodies involved, I think that has been stated 100 trillion times, but it just doesn't sink in with you some of you.
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