I understand your opinion, but I'm talking about the opinions of raising a child, not giving birth or anything, sorry for not specifying
And the answer would still be the same. He still does not have to carry the child.
Nope. Until a man can actually 'carry' a baby he does not have equal say when it comes to abortion.
Some people are so obvious of who they where/are.
The entire pro-abortion argument hinges on the fœtus being considered part of the mother's body.
The entire anti-abortion argument depends on the fœtus being considered a separate person.
Both would agree on the right to remove a part of one's own body.
I've never heard of a man's consent being questioned because his intentions are always obvious but when a third human life is involved , the best decision for the baby must be made for the parents who (when given the freedom to decide) constantly make harmful decisions for the third life, the baby.
So you're the uncle?
Hoes mad (x24)
Men can't get pregnant what the fuck is wrong with you
I didn't say anything about that, I'm talking about childcare here and both of my points are related to childcare