We've all heard the saying "my body, my choice." Men are told it's a wrongful entitlement to believe they should have a say in the life of their own unborn child. When a woman gets pregnant and everyone tries to blame her, there is almost always someone saying "it takes two." And that's true! It does take two to create a baby.
However, we tend to forget that when speaking on reproductive rights.
Whenever a baby is born, we expect the men to step up and take care of their children. Provide for them and spend time with them. So, how come a father only has rights to the baby once it is born?
If you are one of the women who tells men they have no say in you aborting his unborn child, you should never ask that man for a dime, a minute of his time, or a favor, should you have the child. I understand that the men don't have to suffer through the pregnancy, but we as women chose who we lie in bed with (with exceptions that I don't feel apply here).
How can anyone feel it is morally OK to be able to kill a man's child without his permission, but should we make the choice to not abort, force him to pay child support?
These aborted babies all belong to someone. Men are suffering in silence over losing babies that they are told they have no right to. The psychological effects on men whose unborn children are aborted are real and they are long-lasting.
Some men support their partner's decision and still struggle with the aftermath of emotions. Imagine begging a woman to not abort your child and having her do it anyway.
Give these men a voice. Give them their rights.
Men should have an equal say in the life of the baby they helped to create. Feminists will the first to say that I'm wrong, but feminism is about equality and support. Speak like a true feminist and support TRUE equality.