im on an iphone and typing out long posts is extremely difficult.
There's your problem. Get an android.
The legislation does not support a bilateral right to choose. We're saying it should.no, hes financially supporting a child. she must also support it. the "right to choose" exists whether or not legislation supports it.
You're placing the entirety of his situation on him. That's dishonest and ridiculous. As you said, it takes two to tango and HIS fate should not be entirely in HER hands.he had plenty of time to make an informed decision on "do i want to risk getting this woman pregnant?". stop trying to make child support about "evil women". "evil men" trick women into having children all the time, thinking they will have his support for it. if they then dump it on him, she still pays child support.