"No Uterus, No Opinion"
I think it's hypocritical that a woman claims to have all authority of the fetus but would still expect child support from the man if she chose to have the baby. Men should have equal say or zero responsibility.
By this logic, would women who are infertile also not be able to speak on the issue?
I know they still have a uterus, but the spirit of this seems to be, "If you're not the ones who can get pregnant, stay out of this."
No one is debating a uterus. We're debating life, which is asinine in itself.
Would "No penis, no opinion?" be as well received?
Highly disagree. Your "choice" is actually someone else's child. This is 2015, we need to stop shoving our heads up our asses
that's totally sexist
Only on things like how much a period sucks not on things like abortion that's up to the father and mother of the child
It takes two to tango in most ballrooms.
You wouldn't be pregnant without men.
Everyone can and should have an opinion, but no one should be able too force that opinion on anyone else.
Some things like birth control; yes, abortion; no.
If its my child I damn sure have an opinion. But I feel we still have an opinion and should stand up against the murder of innocent children.
I will myself a uterus!
Okay. And we shall call you Loretta.
Judean People's Front!
It seems no one else gets the reference.
I don't have a di$k but I can have an opinion on men's health issues! 😝
When it comes to the legality of abortion? Disagree. When it comes to a personal abortion situation? Agree, but I'd prefer to phrase it as, "No Uterus, No Choice." Men should have no say in reproductive decisions of women in their...
lives; however, they should have the right to an opinion on the legality of abortion.
Some things, yes. Abortion, no.
"Some things no"
I can think of two major questions men should never answer or even **think** about an answer:
1.) Do you love me? (When no party has said anything)
2.) Does this make my butt look big?
While I do think men are capable of weighing in on a philosophical level or insofar as women's rights issues affect us, I have no problem admitting there are certain aspects that I can't understand.
I'd say that should be Congress' motto.
It reinforces the male's need to bring their own version of "protection" into the game.All too often it's assumed the woman is responsible for protecting herself. This motto counterintuitively should remind the "gent" if he doesn't want to be cut out
of the decision making process, he should bring a raincoat or not go splashing in the pond.
Dunno. I could've squeezed a few more conflicting metaphors in there, but my shoehorn broke.
Nah you make some really good points there. I agree with you. As long as there's not another person growing inside her, it's her body a woman deals with. No one else gets any say over that.
Nope. Takes two to tango, and I think we'd be a lot better off if we all acknowledged that.
Takes two to tango but only one hatches the egg.
Only one holds what fertilizes the egg😂
@brings. Sorry but I reject that notion.
Yes, the female has to handle the physical burden of carrying and birthing the child. But that's the way it is. Its the ethical duty of the father to help her through it though (unless she doesn't want help)..
And it is then the responsibility of both individuals to raise said child, unless there is a mutual agreement to the contrary between the two parents.
Okay Stevez, we disagree here. Lol. It happens.
I like that view.
I think women rule when it comes to birth of children.
Because they are the life givers. Men have a role but ultimately life gestates within the womb of the woman and comes forth from her and she nurtures it. She is key in this aspect gentleman there can be no rational denial of this fact. It's sacred
Wait so being a mother is sacred but human life is not? What?!?
I didn't say human life was not sacred. That's just you.
Of course you did. You believe the mother can do as she pleases with the human life inside of her
What does that even mean? Haha
It means if you are a man you don't get to have a say in women's rights issues like birth control, abortion etc.