It is not irrelevant. A guy should not have the power to force the woman carrying his baby to destroy the fetus.
I am willing to accept that argument on the concession that if the woman has absolute power over a child that was conceived by two people, then she should have absolute responsibility over the child that was conceived by two people.
This isn't rocket science, you simp.
|That's not misandrist. That's called holding people accountable for their actions.|
People should be held accountable for their actions and more importantly, for their decisions.
The price that men pay for having *** is the very real possibility that their child may be destroyed by a woman.
I want a son, the woman does not, she destroys it.
I don't want a son, the woman does, she keeps it.
Beyond that, there should be no responsibility thrust unto a man for a decision made by a woman post-facto unless he is given equal power.
Again, you know this to be true and axiomatic.
You are arguing for the sake of arguing.
And yet again, I believe the way this could be easily solved is to add it into a marriage contract where all of this will be laid out and clear for both parties to sign.
If no contract exists, the woman has absolute power and the man has zero obligation.
|They are responsible. They have the responsibility of getting an abortion or giving it up for adoption if they can't have the child.|
That is not responsibility, that is freedom. They have the FREEDOM to choose what they want to do. I am not against females having the freedom to choose, however, the same freedom needs to be extended to men.
Can you give me a single non-retarded non-joke argument as to why you are against equal power for men?