Are they equally responsible for the child in question?

Yes, they are equally responsible. 29 78.38%
No, they are not equally responsible. 8 21.62%
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If a man and a woman have *** and the woman is pregnant...

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Jesus the Friend

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11-21-2012

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Originally Posted by poe tay toes View Post
assuming the man was a willing participant, he had equal control. he chose to have ***, he chose to risk an unwanted pregnancy.
Having sex is not agreeing to have a child.

Unless you believe women should not :
- Ever abort under any circumstances
- Ever give children up for adoption
- Ever drop off in Safe Haven
- etc.

Check.
Your move.




@Mere
Awhile back I kept trying to help you and Fujiou to understand these concepts.
It brings me great happiness that one of you had the mental capacity to understand.
<3 Mere


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poe tay toes

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11-21-2012

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Originally Posted by Jesus the Friend View Post
Having sex is not agreeing to have a child.

Unless you believe women should not :
- Ever abort under any circumstances
- Ever give children up for adoption
- Ever drop off in safe haven (Fireman area / Policeman area / etc)
- etc.



Check
Mate.
*** is the natural act by which children are conceived. choosing to have *** is choosing the possibility, or risk, of conceiving a child.

abortion - like i said, against it in most circumstances.
adoption - what responsibility lingers on the man if she gives the child up?
drop off - same as adoption
etc - too vague to reply intelligently

you overestimate your retorts


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Mere Intricacy

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11-21-2012

I always understood.
You never seemed to get that though.

Also Pot tay toes, already expressed he doesn't believe in those other options.
So while his argument is valid it become redundant, as you were addressing the cases where abortion is a valid option.


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standin

Senior Member

11-21-2012

This topic is a repeated.stupid bore of nonsense spouted by a man with so much irrational hatred for women that he is severly blinded.\end stating the obvious.
Post merkats.


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Mere Intricacy

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11-21-2012

I think it's a valid issue within our culture.
Although it may be irrelevant with the lesbian community, surely you can see the injustice.


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poe tay toes

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standin

Senior Member

11-21-2012

1) you're ignoring what I actually said, mere.
2) sssh, be quiet person who obviously knows Ssraeshza outside the forum


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silentpartner

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11-21-2012

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Having sex is not agreeing to have a child.
If you have unprotected sex you are doing so at the risk that you will conceive a child, i don't see how you can't even agree on that very simple point. Partaking in the act of *** is each person saying to each other that they will take responsibility for the actions of this event.

Now modern society has forgotten this and tries their best to dodge responsibility at every turn, so the problem isn't really in mens and womens rights, but within society and the views that we hold.

If people can think they can go around ****ing people without contraception with no consequences because - lol ill just abort/adopt - then that is a cultural issue not a sexism issue.


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poe tay toes

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11-21-2012

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Originally Posted by silentpartner View Post
If you have unprotected sex you are doing so at the risk that you will conceive a child, i don't see how you can't even agree on that very simple point. Partaking in the act of *** is each person saying to each other that they will take responsibility for the actions of this event.

Now modern society has forgotten this and tries their best to dodge responsibility at every turn, so the problem isn't really in mens and womens rights, but within society and the views that we hold.

If people can think they can go around ****ing people without contraception with no consequences because - lol ill just abort/adopt - then that is a cultural issue not a sexism issue.
even with contraception there is a risk of pregnancy, so having ***, protected or otherwise, is risking pregnancy


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standin

Senior Member

11-21-2012

Silent, you aren't posting merkats. Post them please. It would be much more productive and interesting.