Tuesday, February 11, 2014 2:19:01 PM
Look at all these men debating things that will never effect them! Just a warning: male thoughts on abortion are completely irrelevant to women. Men can never become pregnant and therefore all of this debating as to what's "right" and "wrong" is really just men thinking they know what`s best for the body of another person.
Personally, I would get an abortion without a second thought. Until the baby can live on its own, it`s just a parasite as far as I`m concerned. My body my choice means that MEN don`t get to decide what a woman does with her body. Nobody does.
Monday, February 10, 2014 10:30:50 AM
Ok, but regardless of the circumstances of conception, once a woman is pregnant are there not two bodies? So who's rights supercede who? Oh wait, you are saying they are not two seperate things? I won`t even argue that life begins at conception, but how can you argue they are not two seperate "things"? Is she just "woman" at tha point? Or is she "pregnant woman" at that point? It is tough to imagine anything worse than not defending the rights of those that cannot defend themselves. And IMHO, to defend those who cannot defend themselves is most noble, and to not do so is a definition of cruelty, IMHO.
Monday, February 10, 2014 12:57:53 AM
"Abortion is a woman's choice, end of story, nobody should have the right to interfere."
Yes, however is the mother elects to have the child and the father has not consented to having the child carried to term, then she she should waive all claims of support.
If a child is born and the father is responsible for support then he should have equal access rights, in so far as legally possible.
If the woman is a registered sex offender or is otherwise unsafe to be around children, and if the father is responsible for the child`s maintenance, then he should have the option of sole custody with any of her visits supervised if possible.