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The Elusive Wapiti has posted a topic that I have for some period of time not only posted about but argued for for a considerable amount of time..

The topic is as follows -

Mr. Ablow, a psychologist and Fox columnist, laments that men don't have a vote in whether their offspring escape the uterus alive--and suggests that men should be able to say "no" to an abortion:
I believe that in those cases in which a man can make a credible claim that he is the father of a developing child in utero, in which he could be a proper custodian of that child, and in which he is willing to take full custody of that child upon its delivery, that the pregnant woman involved should not have the option to abort and should be civilly liable, and possibly criminally liable, for psychological suffering and wrongful death should she proceed to do so.
Link to the rest of the post..

I consider that to be a fundamental right of the Father to be, to have some say in either the destruction and future of what is obviously HIS child as well, considering that the child would not exist without his intervention and HE made it possible. The future mother however is born with all the eggs for future gestation already ensconced and thereby really does not do anything else except create the condition for the egg to be fertilised and thereby she becomes pregnant and carries the child until it's had enough and wants to get out of the cocoon. Some fantasticals aka, feminists, and their minions actually claim that the woman "creates" life which is lie number one, also that this creation is a miracle made possible by the women which is ofcourse lie number Two. As all in all, it's the sperm that gets things happening and rolling along.

Compliments of the Better Health for Men Org..
However you look at it, it ain't happening unless a man has input, one way or the other and yet feminists have decided that it's "her body her choice", another of their mindless mantras that really mean swat but allows them to ignore the real creator of the child to be excluded every step of the way. Right up until it's born and then it's a totally different story as we all already know. It's hypocrisy at best and fundamental human rights denial at worst and this has to change..

By the way you will need a pair of these to feed it as well apparently..