Skip to comments.I FINALLY BELIEVE, IT IS THE WOMAN’S SOLE RIGHT TO CHOOSE.. [Poster chooses ZOT!]
Posted on 02/03/2014 10:35:02 AM PST by carlo3b
I FINALLY BELIEVE, IT IS THE WOMANS SOLE RIGHT TO CHOOSE..
For me, it came down to a matter of nature, and fairness. I thought it through, and in doing so, I made sure that I really thought it all the way through..
After all of my many years of standing on the sidelines and observing, as was what I have been instructed to do, as a man, I have concluded that it should be the ultimate decision of the woman to decide whether she should be a mother..
In balancing, deliberating, and reasoning, there was but one undeniable truth, if it was the genius of our reproductive system, and the female of our species was chosen by design, biologically, to bear the burden of child creation, she alone should carry the decision of whether she wishes to reproduce. As such, she alone carries the burden of who should be the sperm donor, where and when the reproductive act should transpire. FAIR, and EQUITABLE, RIGHT?
We all know, or at least we should take a great deal more into consideration before and after making that decision, about how important it is in choosing to have a child or children, how that child will be raised. But one step at a time..
Can we agree that the choice of becoming a mother carries more than a simple yes or no. Far be it for me to interfere with the dynamics that should be considered in a womans priority process, but the requirements in that decision, by nature and necessity, is how and why to choose the potential male donor, for a milieu of reasons. By carrying the SOLE access to the starting point of reproduction, also carries the sole responsibility for the results of that decision, the wellbeing of the resulting baby..
Assuming we are all on the same page, the donor (THE MALE OF THE SPECIES) has a limited, but vitally important contribution in the process, the seed, or sperm. The donor, has decisions to make as well, first and foremost, does he agree with her choice of him as the contributor, and her choice of where and when, and even in some cases, with all of the new technologies, how..
As a summary, how many choices are involved in the decision to reproduce for the woman; Do I want to reproduce, or will the act be for some other reason that I should take the risk? What are the criteria for choosing a potential mate, or participant? Who will be the contributor, or partner, for whatever reason? What planning, or precautions, if any, should be required before the act? When and where the act should take place? What will I do if the act has produced the intended results, a child? What if the planning went awry and there are unintended consequences? What if I become pregnant, who else should suffer the resulting consequences? Are there any limitations on my decisions? What if I didnt plan, what are my responsibilities? What is my last resort?
As we have outlined, there are a list of choices that a woman has with her reproductive activities, and natural tools to consider, all of which she has the ultimate choice to advance, or reject along the way. With all of these options, who should be responsible for her decisions, other than the one that made them?
So, since I had no choice, no rights to contribute to her decisions, and, unless I was the contributor to the act, leave me or anyone else that were forced out the resulting process, out f the problems, RIGHT?
GOOD LUCK, AND GOD BLESS
I too believe that the woman should be able to choose. And she chooses when she opens herself up to sex with the man. Not after there are consequences.
damn straight. welcome to equality and fairness. be a freaking responsible adult for your own actions. guys just don’t magically get into a gal’s crotch anytime they want. it’s not like you have a garage door clicker and when pressed the legs cannot help but open.
OK, now that that’s out of the way - I’ll read the article.
I fully believe in a woman’s right to choose. I just believe that the choice is made when she chooses to engage in the behavior that creates the child. If she didn’t choose, then that is rape, and other rules apply.
How come this 'right to choose' never involves adoption? That's a viable choice, isn't it?
I have no problem with abortion so long as the baby isn’t harmed in any way.
Not one ounce of class in that post.
Christians have always been Pro-Choice.
Pro-Choice before conception, Pro-Life after conception.
Any attempt to end a Pregnancy after conception is nothing short of a Barbaric Murder!
So you’ve wasted fourteen years here at Free Republic and learned nothing? That really is tragic.
This could be a double or even triple zot thread.
Depending on the comments.
Abortion is the decision - after a long list of other bad decisions
Yep, I can see that reply getting deleted. And maybe a few zots handed out.
~where’s the butter? I like butter on my popcorn.~
it’s chosen far less often than it could be. it’slike that woman who strangled her dog she couldn’t care for because she didn’t want anyone else to have it.
To me, it isn’t the logic and reason of someone who thinks they are disconnected from the effect - how they should be open and caring and all that.
The fact is that we are talking about acts that result in the murder of a human being, an unborn soul. There is no logic or reason for it, from a “man’s” perspective. The logic and reason is God’s.
Similarly, the Supreme Court’s decision did not and does not solely affect the ‘woman in question’. The fact is that abortions are subsidized daily by the taxpayer -if not for the deed itself, then by advertising, encouragement, and sponsorship of groups whose mission statements are murder.
It doesn’t boil down to a “man’s decision”; it boils down to murder, and the accompanying cowardice that leads one to let it be.
If you don’t want to go to Chicago, then don’t get on the train. Fr. Emil.
“the ultimate decision of the woman to decide whether she should be a mother..”
If she has a child growing in her, she is already a mother. That decision is not up to her.
The decision is whether the mother will murder her child.
Imagine 50 million dead babies in a pile. How high would that be?
Does anyone have a conscience anymore?