Is it fair to say women shoulder the extra responsibility of birth control if they dont want to get pregnant?
If it is her body her choice then surely it is should be her body her responsibility
- CarolLv 56 months ago
We have to as we bear the burden of an unplanned pregnancy.
- PhillipLv 56 months ago
It takes two to tango. Both parties share the responsibility.
- 6 months ago
I answer your question with another question. Can a man become with child? Can a man give birth?
- 6 months ago
yeah pretty much
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- ElanaLv 76 months ago
It's the reality, whether you think it's fair or not. Yeah, attempts at getting child support are an attempt at evening that out, but it is insufficient. This doesn't mean I think the idea of giving her all the rights is a good plan, but women DO share unequal responsibility regardless of what men or society do.
On the other hand, men shoulder the extra responsibility for taking on danger and defense in society. That isn't exactly fair either.
- Dr. DLv 76 months ago
Both the male and the female have responsibilities. It is a simple matter for a man to practice safe sex. If a man doesn't want to shoulder the extra responsibility of child support payments, he should practice birth control.
- ksnake10Lv 76 months ago
Hold on. If men want to get laid "more" than women do, then why shouldn't birth control be at least "half" a man's responsibility?
- Anonymous6 months ago
We have to. Men have no responsibility about it and whine about wearing a condom.
- BillLv 76 months ago
Yes. Women hold the burden of pregnancy and children no matter how society is structured, while men only hold the burden of children if the woman doesn't abort, he decides to stay, or society punishes men for not staying with laws like child support.
Oh and yes, child support was put in place in part to punish men.
- megalomaniacLv 76 months ago
Men and women should both be involved (in both wanted pregnancies and avoiding unwanted ones).