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How Much Say Should a Father Have With Abortion?
A pregnant woman must carry the baby to term if the father insists.
Every man has the right to be a dad if he considers himself prepared.
The human tissue that lives inside the woman's body is a mix of both the man and woman's genetic material, so they should decide the future of the baby together.
If the father can give the child a good lifestyle - a certain future, loving father, good education - it goes against the human right to live and is morally wrong.
The human tissue inside the mother is not her body, is an independent body that is under creation so the woman can decide over her body but not over the baby's body.
Forcing a woman to bear children against her will demonstrates a lack of empathy towards others, so people who do that are unlikely to make good parents.
The woman has the right to decide because is her body.
Doing this is against the woman's will, so you are forcing her to do something she doesn't want. This is morally reprehensible.
The human tissue developing inside her body depends on the mother, so she has the right to stop the dependence if she wants.
This decision can affect a woman's education if she is forced to carry the pregnancy to term.
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