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originally posted by: Sookiechacha
a reply to: The2Billies
So, I wonder who's Dave's "Billie Jean"?
He sounds bitter.
With abortion available up until birth
why should only women have a choice
isn't that punitive to the man and discrimination?
Why should the woman demand financial responsibility from the man if she can't afford the child, but chooses not to abort?
Why should society have to pay for a child that the woman can't afford?
She has a choice, once she has a choice in the matter, then it is solely her responsibility. Not the responsibility of the state nor of the sperm donor.
Especially if she does not give the father any say in the matter.
As Beto O'Rourke said when talking about abortion the day before giving birth:
originally posted by: highvein
a reply to: The2Billies
lol. Dave Chappell one of the best stand ups.
I would like to hear a good argument against his point.
As evident from Guttmacher’s overview, in these states there are no laws requiring that abortions must be performed by a licensed physician or that they must be performed at a hospital. There are no 20-week, 24-week, or even official viability prohibitions on abortion. Oregon and Vermont fund “all or most medically necessary abortions.” In D.C., Colorado, and New Hampshire, the abortion funding is limited to cases of “life endangerment, rape and incest,” although there have been many efforts to change that in D.C. which were resisted by pro-life Republicans in Congress. In Alaska, New Jersey, and New Mexico, abortions are allowed up until birth and the states fund “all or most medically necessary abortions,” however, the procedures must be performed by a licensed physician. New Jersey has the additional requirement that abortions must be performed in a hospital past 14 weeks.
Because, we're just that kind of society, that doesn't let our children die of starvation, exposure, neglect and avoidable disease.
The law, and society in general, disagree with you. Sperm donor had a choice to keep it in his pant, or wrap it up, or get a vasectomy.
Maybe the Mr Sperm Donor should have been more selective in his choice of women.
This is a false dichotomy.