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@5T2GFKHRepublicanfrom Washington  answered…1yr

If the Father of the unborn child is willing and capable of caring for the child and wants to assume legal custody of child and is a fit parent, I feel he should have an equal say in the decision. There should be rights for Fathers who are able and willing.
I think this may encourage people to be more thoughtful about intimacy. I believe Men should have a say in the decision of the termination of their unborn child.
I also believe in required counseling before and after abortion as it often leads to eventual traumatic disorders and depression.

@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

Pro-choice Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortions Pro-choice, I don’t agree but the government has no right to ban it Pro-choice, but ban after the first three months

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

Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortions

  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

@6NCL82YRepublicanfrom Texas  answered…1yr

I'm personally against it but strongly believe that it's just like the presidential election, if you don't vote you can't say anything. If you disagree with abortion what are you going to do to help those kids who didn't get aborted and are now in foster homes? If you're going to be against it, do something to help. Adopt that baby of the mother you judged for wanting an abortion.

@6B39SH8Republicanfrom California  answered…1yr

End all programs, no abortive procedures period. Lock up all doctors, nurses, staff of any facility that participated in any abortive acts. I want stiff penalties for medical staff and go after any women who have had an abortion and grandfathering it. For each abortion 15 years to life it is premeditated murder not only for the woman also the man that impregnated her!!!!!!!!!!

@9P5KPLGGreen from Florida disagreed…1yr

@9PM6LC6Women’s Equality from Kansas commented…1yr

Pro-choice Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortions Pro-choice, I don’t agree but the government has no right to ban it Pro-choice, but ban after the first three months

You see you don't understand the concept that it is not your body but it is theirs. Many people say that abortions are wrong but you have no say in what a woman does with her body. Yes, it may not always be the right thing to do but some people just can't afford to have a kid at the time. It doesn't mean that you should just go kill it instead have time to think if that is what you really, and if it is that is your choice. No one gets to have a say in what you do with your body. Say someone was raped and got pregnant, do you really think a woman is going to want to keep a child that came from a man who hurt her. In some cases they do keep the baby. It really is just that woman's choice. Not yours or anybody elses.

@9R3N35LConstitution from Michigan commented…11mos

Pro-life Pro-life, but allow in cases of rape, incest, or danger to the mother or child Pro-life, and I also oppose abortion for victims of rape and incest

I agree that a woman gets to choose what happens to her body- but only if it is her body. She dosen't have the right to kill a baby because the baby is its own seperate body, and the woman can't choose for it.

@9RQST23Green from New York commented…10mos


The fetus has neither personhood, nor the right to a woman's biological products. On either grounds, abortion is moral.

@9TSYP2LConstitution from Virginia commented…7mos

We were all once in the fetal stage of development that doesn't mean we weren't always human beings. Regardless of your definition of personhood, we morally don't have the right to end another life for our convenience. As for the stealing of a "women's biological products," we all better call our moms to apologize for the "theft." While we're at it, we can thank her for choosing life.

@9VLFTRBConstitution from Virginia commented…5mos


What is personhood? Does this definition from match what you mean? (

Do newborn infants that are 100% reliant on others to care for them in possession of personhood? What about people in comas, or those who have dementia?

@9NZNPK4Democrat from Minnesota commented…1yr


What??? Are you joking or are you litteraly being serious, you know my Aunt almost died since she almost could not get an abortion since you guys think it’s murder. If you been all abortions then you may be saving babies, but you are not saving women, you do not avocate for them. Also a fifth teen year sentence, that’s a bit extreme, also I know you might not be familiar with the term, but...have you ever heard of rape?

@9Q5G9PJGreen from Colorado disagreed…1yr


oh my lord please shut up. lets say you were sexually assaulted and ended up pregnant. would you carry and raise that child ???? no. if you had an illness that if you gave birth you would lose your life. would you continue the pregnancy??? not a single should has the right to dictate what a woman does to her body or with her body. if youre not getting the abortion, dont worry about it.

@639NZ5NRepublicanfrom Texas  answered…1yr

I do not agree with a helpless human life being ended purely because of any unfortunate circumstance which may have created that life. But I DO NOT agree that my beliefs should be FORCED upon another. Let each make their choices until science can factually determine when life begins.

@68FZ2W3Constitutionfrom Pennsylvania  answered…1yr

Jail all journalists and politicians that use this as an inflammatory and divisive issue.

@5WYCQ9RLibertarianfrom Maine  answered…1yr

Abortion should be mandatory for anyone with an IQ under 120.

@9PM6LC6Women’s Equality  from Kansas commented…1yr

Pro-choice Pro-choice, and providing birth control, sex education, and more social services will help reduce the number of abortions Pro-choice, I don’t agree but the government has no right to ban it Pro-choice, but ban after the first three months

Your kidding right? This is the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen. Your IQ has nothing to with abortion. See you people who are Pro-life seem to just throw anything into the situation. A woman who decides to abort the fetes growing inside of her is her personal choice. Her IQ is just another thing that many believe a woman has to have to have a conman sense in life. Some mothers just aren't meant to be. Those who aren't ready to be mothers and keep the baby tend to be the ones who neglect and abuse their children.

@9SBFFMXWomen’s Equality from Florida commented…9mos


I don't think this person is being serious, and he is not a pro-lifer if he is saying he thinks anyone with a 120 IQ and below( WHICH IS AVEREAGE IQ LEVEL I THINK) should be Forced to have an abortion, so stupid people aren't breeding basically. This would never happen though of course. I think it would be a good idea if high-school females were given an incentive to get an IUD, I think they have 3-5 year effectiveness, and her parents got tax credits or stimulus checks, first year free college, something to prevent teenage pregnancy, but that will never happen either.

@9X4774RWomen’s Equality from Texas disagreed…2mos

Pro-choice, I don’t agree but the government has no right to ban it

You do realize that is over half of the world correct?

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

My pal, my friend, my guy. That is nazi **** . that is what nazis did. please do not.

@5T2986RDemocratfrom Alabama  answered…1yr

The government should fund abortions. End the Hyde Amendment. Abortion is healthcare.

@5T5GNJ2Republicanfrom North Carolina  answered…1yr

Pro-life, providing much more sex education, reality education, birth control, awareness of building self esteem and personal boundaries, a movement to de-glamorize promiscuity and permit abortions in first trimester for rape and if mother is in danger by her choice full term...

@6B4FCQ3Constitutionfrom Florida  answered…1yr

Pro-eugenics. Women of European descent with IQs >100 and sound, healthy children should not be allowed to abort their children. I believe rape, incest, and inevitable danger to mother/child are good exceptions to that rule, but those are rare. The underclasses have free access to abortions.

@9XFDJCPPeace and Freedom from Michigan disagreed…2mos

Um, what? This is insanely racist

@9XMB4TDConstitution from Missouri tell me more…2mos


Please not that I do not want to argue with you, I just want to understand. How is that racist?

@5RQPNJRRepublicanfrom Washington  answered…1yr

Pro choice and pro life - sex is inevitable as well as unexpected pregnancy. Birth control should be mandatory for anyone under 18 and abortion due to irresponsible behavior as in not using birth control should be allowed but with penalty that gets more severe for repeat offenders. Drug addicted adult men and women should have mandatory birth control (implant)until drug tested clean for at least 2 years. Men who fail to use birth control share same responsibility and penalty for their contribution toward unwanted pregnancy. Late term abortions absolutely illegal and carries a minimum 18 year prison sentence. No penalty for victims of rape, incest, or medical issues including known birth defects in the fetus.

@9PZS74TDemocrat from Florida commented…1yr

It is already hard enough to prove someone is raped. That would infringe on someone's privacy to have to make them prove that they were raped, or that the pregnancy is a result of incest. Just let woman have an safe abortion instead of them having to sneak around.

@PositiveEnergyPeace and Freedom from Guam  commented…1yr

Mandatory birth control for those under 18??? What... You realise most don't lose their virginity until 17/18, & hormones can really mess up some women's mental state... If you are instead including things like condoms etc, than I'm not sure how you would mandate/enforce that rule... But yes, obviously the importance of safe sex should be emphasised...

I'm a 30 year old female (in a sexually active committed relationship), & I have never used birth control pills (nor been pregnant) in my life, & like many women I don't feel comfortable playing with my natural hormones... & I'm …  Read more

@9YP3SMYTranshumanist from Washington answered…2 days

Pro-life, but I also support abortion for victims of rape and incest

@9YP3CTSConstitution from Virginia answered…2 days

I think it depends on the situation whether you should be allowed to have an abortion

@9YNNKZFTranshumanistfrom Michigan  answered…4 days

Pro-choice, including the fathers choice to withdraw from parental responsibility within the first 3 months or the same time frame allowed to women for abortions.

@haileyeTranshumanist from Texas answered…4 days

Pro-Life, but provide birth control, sex education, and more social services to reduce unwanted pregnancies

@9YNFFRTVeteran from North Carolina answered…5 days

Morally opposed for birth control. Government should not be involved or interfere

@9YNDTSJGreen from North Carolina answered…5 days

Pro-choice, but there should be a real discussion about when a “fetus” becomes a “baby.”

@9YMMNLLConstitution from Illinois answered…6 days

Pro-Life except when the mother's life is in danger with the approval of a doctor

@9YM8MMDDemocrat from California answered…1wk

@9YM3WNMVeteran from Oklahoma answered…1wk

Pro-life, but allow exceptions, let each state decide and make birth available to all adults

@9YLXWJMWomen’s Equality from South Carolina answered…1wk

Abortion should not be accepted because it should be considered a form of murder. Science shows that as soon as the fetus begins to form, it gains aspects of life.

@9YLXKCBWomen’s Equality from Massachusetts answered…1wk

Pro-choice, but ban after 6 months and provide more sex education

@9YLSVFTWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…1wk

Pro-life, but will allow in cases of rape, incest, danger to the mother or child, birth defect, and instances where birth control was used but was unsuccessful in preventing pregnancy. I don’t agree with it being used as a form of birth control.

@9YLRNNYAmerican from Washington answered…1wk

Anything before the 3rd trimester is up to them but after the 3rd trimester it should be illegal.

@9YLPTPSTranshumanist from Washington answered…1wk

it is the mother's choice. they should get to decide what they do with their body.


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