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Not Your Child? Not Your Responsibility - MGTOW

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Published on 05 Mar 2021 / In Film & Animation

⁣Not Your Child? Not Your Responsibility - MGTOW

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SOUKadath
SOUKadath 29 days ago

For some years now, I’ve challenged others with The Man’s Right to Decide. In this, I suggest that men, within the first three months (trimester) of discovering they’ve created a child, may pay a nominal fee and sever all social, financial and legal ties with and obligations to said child without the knowledge or consent of the female involved in the child’s creation. This is provoked by two feminist axioms: “My body, my choice!” and “Equal rights!” It’s based on the “Woman’s Right to Choose” dogma, which states that no woman should be permanently burdened with an unwanted child and the social, financial, and legal burdens which accompany that life-altering event. It’s exactly the same as “pro-choice”, but without terminating the fetus.

A few years ago I proposed this in a poli-sci class, after one of the flaming pro-choicers whined, "Why are the men so quiet?" as we were discussing aborting. So I explained my Man's Right to Decide plan, and expected to be praised for supporting feminist views.

Instead, the pro-choice crowd turned into a pack of wolves, howling for my blood. They shrieked that such a policy would only encourage men to sleep around, commit unspeakably trashy acts and take no responsibility for their actions—oddly these were the same arguments against Roe v. Wade in the early 1970s. Helpfully, a male classmate explained that he drove a friend to an abortion and the cost was a nominal $200, which gave us a baseline upon which to price the process. Oddly, this became "that's the price of a human life to you?"--in protest only to the Man's Right to Decide, even though it arose from the Woman's Right to Choose. Eventually the prof had to shut the conversation down because I wouldn't back down on what I believed (and still do) is a viable answer to the demand for "choice" and "equal rights" from women. So it’s interesting to see how “choice” is an inalienable human right for one demographic, but becomes an unspeakable wrong the moment the other party wants their human rights as well.

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Deadly_Raver
Deadly_Raver 1 month ago

Hey yo. First time catching your content.

They always say,"My body my choice."
I say: "Your choice, your consequence."

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

lmaoo

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

lmaoo

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AlexM209
AlexM209 1 month ago

Damn! Breaking out the superhero references.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

someone finally noticed

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

someone finally noticed

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

I dunno - I see case by case basis for scrutiny of these issues, AND I also seen the need to build cumulative evidence for broad generalisations.
But I also see the need to NOT make the singular cases, into the broad generalisations and vis versa. Some adopted step dads - and their families, it's turned out really great and the fathers have been good and the kids turned out to be great. Other times it's partially or wholly the opposite - some times the women bear the responsibility for dealing with their issues, or not and sometimes it's the man who bears the responsibility for not working on his issues, and other times it's both of them. The former father or fathers also have parts to play in the history of these events.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

actually ytu

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

@chinnyyt: Actually you too? Yeah... I shacked up with a few women with kids or kept company with them for a little while, and in my case, I was so fuckign damaged, I wasn't capable of a) being any sort of a partner, b) I was not capable of raising a family - be it mine or others children, and c) I just to sign off on relationships and raising a family - because I was just too badly damaged by the family I came from, and I just could not do it.

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acelaken
acelaken 1 month ago

women are choosing to have kids with these men and not the ones that understand objective reality. THEY are choosing it. Bottleneck on human evolution. We have no choice but to build artificial wombs at this point.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

and then they refuse to take responsibility

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Duugus
Duugus 1 month ago

I like you kid. Its fun to listen to you young guys with your modern situation. I'm 57, just so you know.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

hahah thank you

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

57 years old? I doubt your balls have even dropped.

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Menwalkaway
Menwalkaway 1 month ago

No
#menwalkaway

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Shadow Monk
Shadow Monk 1 month ago

Not our children, Not our responsibility.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

exactly

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hqwebsite
hqwebsite 1 month ago

@chinnyyt: The government and the law thinks otherwise though.

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chinnyyt
chinnyyt 1 month ago

@hqwebsite: ik and thats the bad thing

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