posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 11:11 AM
Erm, a few extreme examples do not add up too the full weight of the legal argument that women are more often in need of protection for their
reproductive rights than Men are. This thread seems to be a waste of time over an issue that only serves to highlight how much privilege men were once
used to but now are not. Excessive crimes against a few examples aside, I think you'll find that men have more reproductive rights than women do, but
by claiming Men have none you've made a ridiculous hyperbole of the fact some men are indeed smashed by the weight of their lives in stark
contradiction with the idea Men are responsible.
We are responsible, and Rights are not a thing to be begged for from the state, you have them legitimately if you use them, and abusing them gets them
taken away. Allegations of abuse are serious, but I think you are making a mountain out of a molehill, the real mountain would be the history of
inequality we face and have to deal with. No single persons case in history could claim to speak for all of ours when it concerns reproduction.
edit on 3-2-2012 by Sachyriel because: meh, editing is fun