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    More abortion talk.

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    Should men be involved in the choice of abortion?

    DH and I talked about this and he thinks that the man involved should have some choice in the matter.
    Personally I don't.

    So what's your opinion?
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    I think so. When I had mine, DB and I talked about it because, it was partly his too.

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    I am on the fence. Yes and no. I don't think a man should be able to force a woman to keep the baby... But at the same time it took two people for her to get pregnant, so he should have a choice. Let me think more on it.
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    Nope. I think it should be up to the woman whether or not she wants to involve him in the decision. But that's it.
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    yes... its his child als. However, i dont think you should be able to force her to have the kids, so realistically, they can talk all they want, but its up to her in the end
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    It depends on the couple and the situation.

    A one night stand? probably shouldn't have a say.
    Been dating for 32 years? Probably should have a say.

    It's a really tricky situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel View Post
    I am on the fence. Yes and no. I don't think a man should be able to force a woman to keep the baby... But at the same time it took two people for her to get pregnant, so he should have a choice. Let me think more on it.
    Neither do I. But I do think that they should arrive at the decision together. (That's if the father knows)

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    In a perfect world, yes.

    In this world, No. I think allowing a man to have a choice will do a lot more harm than good.
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    Me and DH have gotten into that debate. Oddly enough though, I feel as if men should have a choice in it also. DH feels its the womans body so its up to her only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i*Rawr View Post
    I think so. When I had mine, DB and I talked about it because, it was partly his too.
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