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#71 - Greevon (01/18/2014) [-]
I think both should have an equal say over the fate of the would-be child. If the man wants the child, but the woman doesn't, then the pregnancy can be carried to a point in which it can be transferred to a viable surrogate (of course, not all men can find a surrogate, but at least I'm trying to come up with a solution here)   
but the woman would be exempt of child care payments, just as the man should be exempt from it if he decides that he doesn't want the child, but the woman carries it anyway.   
Maybe we should treat it less as "A MAN" and "A WOMAN" having a dispute over a child and think of it as "TWO PEOPLE" who have a disagreement over something that is both equally there own.
I think both should have an equal say over the fate of the would-be child. If the man wants the child, but the woman doesn't, then the pregnancy can be carried to a point in which it can be transferred to a viable surrogate (of course, not all men can find a surrogate, but at least I'm trying to come up with a solution here)
but the woman would be exempt of child care payments, just as the man should be exempt from it if he decides that he doesn't want the child, but the woman carries it anyway.
Maybe we should treat it less as "A MAN" and "A WOMAN" having a dispute over a child and think of it as "TWO PEOPLE" who have a disagreement over something that is both equally there own.
#175 to #71 - stalini (01/18/2014) [-]
yeah, those are my thoughts exactly.

But when I said it last time on FJ, I got thumbed down to oblivion.
#237 to #175 - anonymous (01/18/2014) [-]
They're savages, these people. They'd eat one another if they didn't all have spears to stick one another with, the fear of mutual death is enough to keep them lazy towards most, but if one shows weakness...
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