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#381 - Hence why I said "heavy risk" rather than simply ris… 03/27/2015 on My mom is gonna kill me 0
#377 - We'll need to agree to disagree then. I think if someone is ex…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/27/2015 on My mom is gonna kill me 0
User avatar #378 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't think you realize though, that literally every pregnancy puts the mother at risk. Every single one. Forcing a mother to keep a baby is a violation of reproductive rights. It doesn't matter how much a potential father wants to keep the child, if he can't convince the potential mother, then she cannot be held legally obliged to have the baby. It just doesn't make any sense my friend. At the end of the day, it's her uterus, and her risk, and she's the one to take it. No amount of monetary compensation can make up for forced pregnancy.
User avatar #381 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
Hence why I said "heavy risk" rather than simply risk. Everything is a risk, and you're responsible for the result. If you have unprotected sex you're risking STDs and pregnancy, and you need to be prepared for the consequences of your actions.

We've both stated our points and we're not going to agree. Good talking with you and feel free to reply, but I'm out after this.
#365 - I think if the man wants to keep the child and it won't endang…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/27/2015 on My mom is gonna kill me 0
User avatar #368 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't agree, no one should be able to legally force someone to have a baby. Until we have the technology to remove an early term fetus and transfer it over into a new surrogate mother, we cannot ensure a man will be able to keep the child. Forcing a woman through pregnancy is a horrible thing to do.

I'm a good ol' straight white Canadian boy myself, though that shouldn't have much bearing on my arguments (I hope).
User avatar #377 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
We'll need to agree to disagree then. I think if someone is excited and prepared to be a father and willing to cover costs and raise the child alone, the mother should just be able to abort it.

Obviously if having the child would put the mother in heavy risk it's different, but some responsibility for our actions is necessary and I think that forcing her to give birth and be compensated is better than killing what the father considers his son.

I'm hardly a morally righteous person and I'd never want to keep the pregnancy, but I can see both worst case scenarios and feel my idea makes the best of a bad situation and is the lesser of two evils.
User avatar #378 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't think you realize though, that literally every pregnancy puts the mother at risk. Every single one. Forcing a mother to keep a baby is a violation of reproductive rights. It doesn't matter how much a potential father wants to keep the child, if he can't convince the potential mother, then she cannot be held legally obliged to have the baby. It just doesn't make any sense my friend. At the end of the day, it's her uterus, and her risk, and she's the one to take it. No amount of monetary compensation can make up for forced pregnancy.
User avatar #381 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
Hence why I said "heavy risk" rather than simply risk. Everything is a risk, and you're responsible for the result. If you have unprotected sex you're risking STDs and pregnancy, and you need to be prepared for the consequences of your actions.

We've both stated our points and we're not going to agree. Good talking with you and feel free to reply, but I'm out after this.
#351 - I agree with you on almost everything, but the whole state vs.…  [+] (6 new replies) 03/27/2015 on My mom is gonna kill me 0
User avatar #363 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't know much about the United States government because I don't live there, so I'll concede on that point

I do think the involvement of the man is an interesting discussion. Personally I think if the woman wants an abortion it's her say, regardless of whether the man thinks otherwise.

However, If a woman wants to go through the pregnancy and put the baby up for adoption, I think the man should have the right to keep the baby himself, with no ties to the mother being kept.

Likewise, if a woman wants to keep her baby but the man wants nothing to do with the situation, he should be able to opt out entirely, no child support, no visitation rights.

I think it's wrong that men should be trapped paying child support for decades because of one mistake. Women currently have more reproductive rights than men do, which I think is something we should balance out.
User avatar #365 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
I think if the man wants to keep the child and it won't endanger the life of the women she shouldn't be able to abort. The guy would also need to pay for the medical fees involved, and maybe some on top for her trouble.

Out of curiosity, what gender are you? I'm personally a scumbag cis white male. :p
User avatar #368 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't agree, no one should be able to legally force someone to have a baby. Until we have the technology to remove an early term fetus and transfer it over into a new surrogate mother, we cannot ensure a man will be able to keep the child. Forcing a woman through pregnancy is a horrible thing to do.

I'm a good ol' straight white Canadian boy myself, though that shouldn't have much bearing on my arguments (I hope).
User avatar #377 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
We'll need to agree to disagree then. I think if someone is excited and prepared to be a father and willing to cover costs and raise the child alone, the mother should just be able to abort it.

Obviously if having the child would put the mother in heavy risk it's different, but some responsibility for our actions is necessary and I think that forcing her to give birth and be compensated is better than killing what the father considers his son.

I'm hardly a morally righteous person and I'd never want to keep the pregnancy, but I can see both worst case scenarios and feel my idea makes the best of a bad situation and is the lesser of two evils.
User avatar #378 - gravysponge (03/27/2015) [-]
I don't think you realize though, that literally every pregnancy puts the mother at risk. Every single one. Forcing a mother to keep a baby is a violation of reproductive rights. It doesn't matter how much a potential father wants to keep the child, if he can't convince the potential mother, then she cannot be held legally obliged to have the baby. It just doesn't make any sense my friend. At the end of the day, it's her uterus, and her risk, and she's the one to take it. No amount of monetary compensation can make up for forced pregnancy.
User avatar #381 - outsidethebox (03/27/2015) [-]
Hence why I said "heavy risk" rather than simply risk. Everything is a risk, and you're responsible for the result. If you have unprotected sex you're risking STDs and pregnancy, and you need to be prepared for the consequences of your actions.

We've both stated our points and we're not going to agree. Good talking with you and feel free to reply, but I'm out after this.
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