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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    No you are right if she did not want to get pregnant she should have kept her legs shut


    But because of BIOLOGY she has an option to end the pregnancy before it comes to term
    If you don't want to get hit by a drunk, you shouldn't drive. If you choose to drive, the paramedics should just refuse to help you.

    That's the argument you're making as per men's rights.

    Why do women have the right to abort, but men don't have the right to refuse responsibility for someone else's decision?

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by NitroHangover View Post
    Wait, so you mean there are actual cases of this happening? Can you link? Because I am aware of some identical situations, even some where the woman herself, in court, said she did not want the man's support because they'd agreed he wouldn't be responsible, and the court still made him pay, against both their wishes. She actually had to accept his checks each month, cash them, and then give him his money back. Which of course still puts him right back at her mercy. It's that ****ed up.
    In those cases the court is not deciding what is best for her or for him, but in the interests of the child
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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    But because of BIOLOGY she has an option to end the pregnancy before it comes to term
    And because of HYPOCRISY, he is denied the same right to choose not to become a parent that she has.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by NitroHangover View Post
    Wait, so you mean there are actual cases of this happening? Can you link? Because I am aware of some identical situations, even some where the woman herself, in court, said she did not want the man's support because they'd agreed he wouldn't be responsible, and the court still made him pay, against both their wishes. She actually had to accept his checks each month, cash them, and then give him his money back. Which of course still puts him right back at her mercy. It's that ****ed up.
    I believe it varies state-to-state. Some are more Draconian than others.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    If you don't want to get hit by a drunk, you shouldn't drive. If you choose to drive, the paramedics should just refuse to help you.

    That's the argument you're making as per men's rights.

    Why do women have the right to abort, but men don't have the right to refuse responsibility for someone else's decision?
    Are men legally prohibited from having an abortion?

    Did the man not make the decision to have sex?

    The only difference is biological, and that biological difference provides for some different choices to be made for a few months
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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Viktyr Gehrig View Post
    And because of HYPOCRISY, he is denied the same right to choose not to become a parent that she has.
    You mean biology, not hypocrisy
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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    Are men legally prohibited from having an abortion?

    Did the man not make the decision to have sex?

    The only difference is biological, and that biological difference provides for some different choices to be made for a few months
    Men are biologically prohibited from having an abortion.

    However, that does not mean they should be legally forced to be responsible for a woman's decision, whether it's to abort or have a child.

    If the woman can opt out via abortion, men should be able to opt out legally.

    How does biology make it ok to force men into servitude?

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    Men are biologically prohibited from having an abortion.

    However, that does not mean they should be legally forced to be responsible for a woman's decision, whether it's to abort or have a child.

    If the woman can opt out via abortion, men should be able to opt out legally.

    How does biology make it ok to force men into servitude?
    How are they forced?

    They had choices before engaging in the act, i expect of their own free will. The same choices a woman has

    For a period of time after sex, the choices are different because of BIOLOGY, and after pregnancy the choices are the same again
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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    In those cases the court is not deciding what is best for her or for him, but in the interests of the child
    What is in the best interests of the child in that case is the sole responsibility of the mother, alone, because the mother, alone, is responsible for choosing to have the baby.

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    Re: Would you support a male contraceptive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Tammerlain View Post
    How are they forced?

    They had choices before engaging in the act, i expect of their own free will. The same choices a woman has

    For a period of time after sex, the choices are different because of BIOLOGY, and after pregnancy the choices are the same again
    They chose to have sex, not to be a financial servant for 20 years.

    Next time you get hit by a drunk, refuse to let the paramedics help you. This is nothing but sexist BS.

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