Yes, he has a legal right and my opinion agrees with that.
Yes, he has a legal right and in my opinion he shouldnt.
No, he has no legal right and my opinion agrees with that.
No, he has no legal right and in my opinion he should.
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That doesn't change the facts that men are just as responsible for an unwanted/unplanned pregnancy as the woman. They know full well what they are doing and the possible results. They are just as responsible for protecting themselves.
That's why more control would be smarter, on their parts. But they are taking a couple of decades longer to adjust to that than I would have expected. Well, I guess it takes a long time to overcome millenia of ingrained behavior and expectations.
I revert back to an original point from a few days ago: the answer to the fix is "more blowjobs by women".
Can't knock up her mouth.
There is absolutely no evidence to suggest that casual sex or promiscuity were common prior to the sexual revolution.
If it were (considering the fact that contraceptives were not widely available back then), there would've been a problem with out of wedlock births which would have made today's issues pale by way of comparison.
Obviously there wasn't, so the argument holds no merit. As a society, our sexual behavior has legitimately changed.
Yes, and not for the better.And if that is the case, it is because society is changing.
That was the whole point. Women are getting knocked up left and right because people these days neither know nor care enough to behave responsibly.
That is a problem, which should really be corrected.
I never denied it. It simply happens to be the case that men can "cut and run," where a lot of women cannot or will not.That doesn't change the facts that men are just as responsible for an unwanted/unplanned pregnancy as the woman. They know full well what they are doing and the possible results. They are just as responsible for protecting themselves.
"Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her." -- G.K. Chesterton
That is the point. And both are equally capable of being smart or at least responsible...and if they are not, then they have to accept the consequences. Not blame the other participant for not being just as irresponsible as they were.