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@Connor-BonhamPeace and Freedom from North Carolina commented…6mos

They should have a say, but not the final say, they aren't the one giving birth, or being pregnant.

@9PZS74TDemocrat from Florida disagreed…1yr

There is no evidence showing that the woman has her mental wellness affected from an abortion. Who is going to pay for all of that? The main reason why a woman gets an abortion is because she is financially unstable and cannot afford to care for a child. Sure, it would be nice for a man to have the chance, but the amount of stigma around pregnancy. A abortion is for a woman not a man. A woman's body is more affected by the outcome, and if the man wanted the child then most likely she would not be having an abortion. Plus, how are you suppose to enforce that? Is the clinic suppose to do a hous…  Read more

@9TYJCZVRepublican from Florida disagreed…6mos

The main reason why a woman gets an abortion is because she is financially unstable and cannot afford to care for a child.

I disagree with this, because why would a woman get pregnant, but be financially unstable. If this is the case, then why did she even decide to get pregnant if she could not afford to care for the child. Remember this was her choice to get pregnant.

@Lillyana-Solorza…  from Kansas disagreed…1yr

I feel he should have an equal say in the decision

The man in the relationship can something but the woman doesn't have to listen. The embryo is growing in her not him. The man has no say so in what the woman does with her body. If she decides she doesn't want to carry the embryo that is her personal choice. You cannot tell a woman what to do with her body, you can suggest something, but don't tell her she needs to do this and that.

@9TLLJTCSocialist from Oregon commented…7mos

  1. The person who is carrying the fetus in their body should have a say. Unless the father is the one carrying the fetus, or unless the baby was born prematurely and is not in someone's body, then the mother, who is carring the fetus inside her body, should be the one to choose. Otherwise, the father would be effectively forcing someone to give birth, which is cruel and unusual, and sexist to boot. Men should have no say over the body of a pregnant person, regardless of if that man is the one who caused the pregnancy.
  2. Counseling should be available, but not required. Otherwise, we would be effectively forcing women to spend time doing something they don't want to do, once again violating their freedom and bodily autonomy

 @9S8R256Peace and Freedom from California commented…9mos

but the man isn't having the baby. maybe the woman is having the abortion because she doesn't want to give birth or deal with the pregnancy. if a man really wants a baby he can adopt or have a woman be a vessel for a baby (there is a job title for this but I forgot what its called, sorry ) overall its the WOMAN´S choice alone what she wants to do with HER body.

@9S97H3DRepublican from Michigan commented…9mos

96% of biologists and Princeton disagree.

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@9TYJCZVRepublican from Florida disagreed…6mos

I believe Men should have a say in the decision of the termination of their unborn child.

I disagree, although yes, the father should have a say in the decision. But the mother should also have a say in this, because she is the one who went through the pain to be pregnant, the father should not be the only one to make this decision. On the other hand if the mother is not fit to be a parent, then yes the father can make the decision, but only with legal consultation.

@9YCLBKPVeteran from Virginia commented…3wks

Well, is his body going throw the hellish experience of having and carrying a child? I don't think so. I understand the man should have some say but overall women should make the overall decision.


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