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#41 - the laptop i'm using to leave this comment. 10 hours ago on Hey Guys 0
#52 - yes you were. i seent you. 12/24/2014 on Acceptance 0
#6 - i wonder what the artist would've drawn if she didn't ask for … 12/18/2014 on you know it +1
#424 - i understand that that is how it currently is, but we aren't t…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/16/2014 on Mens Rights Activist 0
User avatar #426 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
There has been several studies on the bond between the mother and baby, it needs to breastfeed, that's the #1 way to raise it the first year. I will not bother with giving you any of the studies now, as I have a huge exam tomorrow, it would take time I don't have now, and the studies would be in a foreign language. But that's also a different discussion.
#395 - well, the fact is, that embryo is just as much the father's at…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Mens Rights Activist 0
User avatar #415 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
It's more complicated than that, the fetus belongs to both the father and the mother, I agree with that, but it belongs to the mother MORE because of the pregnancy and the birth. The baby also belongs to the mother more until the baby is more independent (meaning it doesn't need to breastfeed anymore). THEN it belongs to the mother and father equally. When it comes to babies, the mother ALWAYS has the "upper hand" if you will, the first year. It might be unfair, but that's how nature is.
User avatar #424 - sanjix (12/16/2014) [-]
i understand that that is how it currently is, but we aren't talking about how it is, we are talking about how it should be. and saying it belongs to the mother more is, while not the same, comparable to saying food bought with shared money is more one person's than the others, just because they were the one who had to do the shopping. also, i see your point, but maternal breastfeeding is in no way required. between wetnurses and formula, mother's milk is just unnecessary. in short, i see your point, but i whole heartily disagree.
User avatar #426 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
There has been several studies on the bond between the mother and baby, it needs to breastfeed, that's the #1 way to raise it the first year. I will not bother with giving you any of the studies now, as I have a huge exam tomorrow, it would take time I don't have now, and the studies would be in a foreign language. But that's also a different discussion.
#42 - i agree in some sense, child birth is a difficult experience, …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/15/2014 on Mens Rights Activist +1
User avatar #45 - nudybooty (12/15/2014) [-]
I hope so. I'm indifferent on most of this topic and I'm not sure where to stand
#33 - the fact is, what if the man wants the child and the mother do…  [+] (45 new replies) 12/15/2014 on Mens Rights Activist +31
User avatar #291 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
No, he can't. Because it's the women's body, it's not even a child yet. What you're asking for is way too much for a woman to go though, if she's against having that baby. The difference between the man and the woman in this situation is that the mother is the one who has to carry it around, bonding with it on a physical and emotional level, for nine months. And if the man demands an abortion, she is the one who has to live with the emotions of losing a baby she really wanted, that was growing inside of her. I'm not saying that the man doesn't have anything to say, but you can never, ever, EVER force an abortion if the woman doesn't want it.
User avatar #395 - sanjix (12/16/2014) [-]
well, the fact is, that embryo is just as much the father's at it is the mother, so i firmly believe, that if in the situation where the father doesn't want it, and the mother does, the father shouldn't have child support forced upon him, when the opposite isn't the case. the fact is if the mother doesn't want it and the father does, she can just abort, and say fuck you. in a way destroying the father's property. (i get people aren't property, it's just and expression) so if the father want's the child and the mother doesn't, he should have the right to do that, and get child support, just like the mother does. childbirth is difficult. but nowhere near as difficult as losing a child.
User avatar #415 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
It's more complicated than that, the fetus belongs to both the father and the mother, I agree with that, but it belongs to the mother MORE because of the pregnancy and the birth. The baby also belongs to the mother more until the baby is more independent (meaning it doesn't need to breastfeed anymore). THEN it belongs to the mother and father equally. When it comes to babies, the mother ALWAYS has the "upper hand" if you will, the first year. It might be unfair, but that's how nature is.
User avatar #424 - sanjix (12/16/2014) [-]
i understand that that is how it currently is, but we aren't talking about how it is, we are talking about how it should be. and saying it belongs to the mother more is, while not the same, comparable to saying food bought with shared money is more one person's than the others, just because they were the one who had to do the shopping. also, i see your point, but maternal breastfeeding is in no way required. between wetnurses and formula, mother's milk is just unnecessary. in short, i see your point, but i whole heartily disagree.
User avatar #426 - peachrock (12/16/2014) [-]
There has been several studies on the bond between the mother and baby, it needs to breastfeed, that's the #1 way to raise it the first year. I will not bother with giving you any of the studies now, as I have a huge exam tomorrow, it would take time I don't have now, and the studies would be in a foreign language. But that's also a different discussion.
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User avatar #37 - nudybooty (12/15/2014) [-]
The difference between the 2 is, the woman has to go threw all the pain, ruin her body and carry the kid around for 9 months. If the father wants the baby, he just has to sit back and relax for 9 months. I'm divided on this topic because I do believe the father should have some say on having his kid or not, but on the other hand the father has a pretty god damn easy job compared to the mother.

As for paying child support, when you have sex there is a risk, even if you have protection there is a chance of pregnancy, you need to accept those risks, if you can't, don't have sex. To get rid of the kid, the father doesn't have to do shit, the mother on the other hand has to go threw a shit load of judgement, and one hell of a painful and depressing surgery to get rid of the kid. It seems unfair and cruel, but that's life. Both sexes are different.

If the woman lies about being on the pill, and she gets knocked up, the man should be able to flee with no consequences.
#147 - jiffyk (12/16/2014) [-]
Child support lasts 18 years and ruins a mans finances, he shouldn't have to go through that. I know many men who barely make ends meat, live in shitty apartments and pay a decent chunk of money to their baby mamma for kids they never wanted who lives in an actual house in the suburbs.
User avatar #173 - nudybooty (12/16/2014) [-]
They should of worn a condom.
#180 - jiffyk (12/16/2014) [-]
She shouldn't have had sex.
User avatar #211 - nudybooty (12/16/2014) [-]
He shouldn't of either.
#259 - jiffyk (12/16/2014) [-]
The point is sex takes two people and to place the blame on one is unfair.
User avatar #433 - nudybooty (12/16/2014) [-]
Exactly, so why put the burden of children on only one?
#457 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
because currently the choice is entirely hers, that's the thing men have no choice in it.
User avatar #458 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Are we talking about abortion now?
#459 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
I have no problems with a women's right to abortion, but men should have a choice that allows him to not be involved with a kid in any way. Child support is forced on men and they have no option out of it. She chose to have the kid, she should take care of it. If a man doesn't want to have raise a kid then he shouldn't have too, women are allowed to cut ties and responsibilities any time after conception and men should be able to too. The only time men should pay child support is if both the man and woman chose to have a kid and he backs out after the fact.
User avatar #460 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
I wasn't asking your opinion on it, I was asking if that's what you were talking about. It was such a late response I completely forgot about all of this.

I'm not sure what to think about this subject, a man should be able to opt out of raising a kid if he doesn't want it, but on the other hand there are loads of mothers who don't want kids, get pregnant but have them anyway. Why? Because abortion is a horrific experience. Even going threw pregnancy is horrifying. If a man doesn't want a kid, he just has to walk away. If a women doesn't want a kid her only options are abortion or adoption. Both are extremely painful things to go threw. Not only are they both mentally scarring but both will physically hurt you as well. Both fuck up your body beyond belief. A man just has to go "peace out bitch." if he doesn't want a kid.
#462 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
also everything you have said so far has been your opinion.
#461 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
Ha, men can just walk away, bullshit. Men have to pay child support for 18 years, and they can just walk away from it, if they do they get jail time and have to pay even more. If they didn't know they had a kid they have to pay it all anyway and more for interest. You say abortion is hard, it can just be a pill, no surgery. They GET these choices men don't.
User avatar #463 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
You 100% missed everything I said and most of what I said is not an opinion.
#464 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
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As for paying child support, when you have sex there is a risk, even if you have protection there is a chance of pregnancy, you need to accept those risks, if you can't, don't have sex. To get rid of the kid, the father doesn't have to do shit, the mother on the other hand has to go threw a shit load of judgement, and one hell of a painful and depressing surgery to get rid of the kid. It seems unfair and cruel, but that's life. Both sexes are different.

If the woman lies about being on the pill, and she gets knocked up, the man should be able to flee with no consequences. "
pretty sure these are opinions, and pills don't hurt..
User avatar #465 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
You remind me of the 12 year olds on xbox live. I meant what I recently said wasn't an opinion, not the very first thing I said over a week ago. Who even does that (aside from teenage girls)? Starts fighting days after it's ended and everyone has forgotten about it.
#466 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
fine look at >> to 459, and tell me those aren't opinions. the majority of everything people say are opinions. it showed up in my feed, and i saw it only now.
User avatar #467 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Ah ok, 459 is an opinion and I never said it wasn't. What I said about abortion and adoption being painful and all that shit isn't an opinion. It is a fact. If abortion wasn't horrific and adoption was easy, teen mothers wouldn't exist.
#483 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
but giving birth is even more painful.
User avatar #484 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
I never said it wasn't.
#481 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
no not all birth control is free but to most women it is under the ACA.
here is a better site www.plannedparenthood.org/health-info/abortion/the-abortion-pill you get some moderate cramps on average.
so because a woman can choose to opt out of all these choices men have to pay child support is what I'm getting.
User avatar #482 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
It's only loading half the site for me but what I'm saying is, it doesn't matter what the opinion is, it's painful for a woman to get ride of a baby no matter the way every single medication and surgery in existence plays down the side effects, especially when it comes to this topic and a fuck load more easy for a guy. If she lies about being on birth control and she gets pregnant he should be allowed to leave, no judgement or questions asked.

I'm on the fence for the rest of it, because getting rid of a kid for a woman is physically and mentally painful, for the guy it may just be mentally painful. I think this debate is pointless because neither of us are going to change our views on this.
#478 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
so some people experience pain, some people shouldn't take the pill, but adoption is painless after birth, and women's birth control is free. that's the point women have all these choices and men don't.
User avatar #480 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Birth control isn't free (depending on where you live) Adoption is mentally painful and when I said adoption is physically painful I was referring to child labour and carrying the child around for 9months, I didn't literally mean the act of putting a child up for adoption is physically painful.
#477 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
User avatar #479 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Do you believe everything you read online? Or do you just click the fire site that agrees with you? That is another of the morning after pill, it's meant for 2 days. If you wait 8 weeks to take it the chances of you having a miscarriage drop down to 5-15%
#474 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
my wisdom teeth didn't hurt at all even after the surgery and i didn't take the pain meds.
#473 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
and it says that abortion by pill is less painful than surgical.
User avatar #476 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
either that or you're thinking of that pill I forgot the name of (dubed the abortion pill) and it's illegal in quite a few places because the risks of taking it are incredibility high.
User avatar #475 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
#1 everyone is different
#2 I had to go to a specialist because my teeth were in deep and sideways
#3 you can't have a fucking abortion by pill, unless you take a cyanide pill and abort yourself as well

I think you're thinking of the morning after pill and that isn't an abortion pill (because abortion pills don't exist) the morning after pill works by stopping the egg from entering the ovary, you have 1 day to take it and it's meant to be a last resort if a condom breaks or somthing.
User avatar #472 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Another thing is, they perform abortions, of coarse they are going to say it doesn't hurt. When I had my wisdom teeth removed I was told "you may be a little sore for the next few days." what they really meant to tell me was "for the next month it will feel like Jesus just punched you in jaw then shit in your mouth, then decided to inject steroids into his leg then kick you in the head."
User avatar #471 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Abortions are a surgical procedure. Yes they can numb it so you don't feel anything during the surgery, but picture after the surgery. If you are ever having a surgical procedure done and you aren't being put to sleep or numbed, you picked a horrible doctor. Like ever other surgery in existence, it's the pain after that gets to people. Do you think doctors follow patients around after their surgery and constantly pump them full of hospital grade pain killers? Or do you think getting sharp tools shoved up your genitals isn't painful?

I know what you're going to say "they give you painkillers" painkillers don't kill all the pain. Another thing that makes abortions more painful:they are awkward, uncomfortable, and mentally difficult. When you are under all of those conditions, your pain tolerance drops.
#468 - jiffyk (12/22/2014) [-]
yeah they still would, a lot of teens want babies. and check this out www.womenscenter.com/faq_abortion_procedure_painful.html.
User avatar #469 - nudybooty (12/22/2014) [-]
Says that page cannot be found. Most teens don't want babies, yes some do, most don't.
User avatar #42 - sanjix (12/15/2014) [-]
i agree in some sense, child birth is a difficult experience, and there will be a solution to this in the near future. invitro fertilization, the same concept can be used as a surrogate mother, but unfortunately at this time, it isn't possible to remove a fertilized egg and reimplant it. but people are working on it. and when that becomes an option, this argument completely ends.
User avatar #45 - nudybooty (12/15/2014) [-]
I hope so. I'm indifferent on most of this topic and I'm not sure where to stand
User avatar #35 - bigfootluke (12/15/2014) [-]
going off this response, i think its completely unfair for someone to be forced to support a child he does not want. if you were actively using birth control FOR THAT SOLE PURPOSE, you should not have to care for the child if their is an accidental pregnancy. if the mother changes her mind, thats fine, she can keep it. but thats her decision and she shouldnt be able to force the father to pay for it.
#34 - anonymous (12/15/2014) [-]
I was unaware of that.
#33 - i totally get what you mean, but cult is a bit of a strong wor…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/07/2014 on Has science gone too far? +2
User avatar #44 - kasperscar (12/07/2014) [-]
Dude the star age cult, The one where they recruited people easily then all killed themselves because they believed that aliens would take em up to a ship or some shit. This group i was apart of was kind of a cult, Just some hippie death cult with no visible negative conswequences at first but will eventually end up into a horrid death cult. I have been catholic, The diffrence between cults and mainstream religion is that mainstream has more followers and can get away with saying things like this, The enforcing of ideals is not frowned upon. I am not saying cult in totally a negative light, but i have seen things like this before and it can only end up badly. It's just a warning friends.
#68 - anonymous (12/07/2014) [-]
I've meet the creator of this video, Jordan David. He's a cool guy, he has said that these videos is mostly things he has read about and thought about. Basically it's his view of it all. I asked him if his whole channel www.youtube.com/user/TheSpiritScience bunch of hippie things where suppose to create this cult around it and he said that that really weren't suppose to happen. He didn't outright say that his subscribers were idiots/mindless sheeps but he said something along the lines of "They wanted to find their own truth, and they somehow latched onto my truth, I just wanted to help people by spreading the things I've read, they followed my word instead of their own..."

He's a nice guy, a hippie with some weird unresearched idea. But still a good person
#91 - spamzor (12/07/2014) [-]
There were people that took his message in good ways, and those that took it in bad ways. What is admireable is that he sent a message, in a very strong way.
#87 - i have a hard time believing the word **** would …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/05/2014 on Tumblr Hate Mob VS... +3
User avatar #349 - AZSYANKEE (12/05/2014) [-]
I think he did but it's not in the gif.
#179 - i'm missing something, why does denmark elephant and grey, mea… 12/04/2014 on well..um.. +1
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