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Abortion is Anti-Male

Damn straight!

In Ireland, abortion is illegal, but yet again, the subject has come up for debate and divided the country in two. It’s a sensitive topic here and the issue gets my blood boiling, so prepare for a serious rant.

If you’re a man and you’re pro-choice, think twice.

I used to be pro-choice, but I was forced to re-consider my position after some lengthy and arduous internal struggle.

Let me explain.

I’m normally as liberal as they come when it comes to social constraints (I’m European, after all), so people are quite surprised when I tell them I’m pro-life on abortion (politically, at least).

It’s not because I think life is sacred or I’m religious or I’m thinking about the poor ickle children. I couldn’t give a shit. Fuck the children. Kill them all. I wholeheartedly support China’s one child policy.  There’s too many bloody people in the world, anyway. We’re nothing but a virus that consumes,  pollutes, destroys, and rapes the Earth. Throw unwanted babies to the dogs, I say.

In the book Freakonomics, they’ve even demonstrated that legalising abortion yeilds lower crimes for the decades after implementation – as all the future scumbags are scrambled out of the vaginas of filthy sluts who’ve been pumped and dumped by guys like me.

“So wait, why are you pro-life?” I hear you ask.

As you can see, I’m not really pro-life at all, but sadly, I’m forced to be – because being “pro-choice” is even worse.

Why “pro-choice” is bullshit

The truth is “pro-choice” is anti-equality. Why? – Because such a choice is exclusively reserved for women. Abortion only gives women the right to murder the unborn.

What about men?

Why can’t we kill babies, too?

If women are given the right to abort, men should get the same right.

If feminists want the choice to terminate a pregnancy and forfeit twenty or so years of responsibility, resources, and time, men should also have that choice.

We need pro-choice in it’s humanist form, not “pro-choice” as it is today – in it’s feminist form.

Wouldn’t that be awesome?

“Girl, no way I’m having a baby with you.  And guess what? I have a court order here to stick up a Dyson up your ass and suck that fucker out.”

Bend over, bitch.

But sadly, abortion legislation is only for people with vaginas.

If you’re a woman and don’t want a kid, you can simply abort the unwanted embryo, continue on your career path, fuck around a little more, and when you’re finally ready, you can be more considerate with regard to your family planning by picking a beta sap who is actually willing to stick around and raise the child. (Or just grab whatever your old desperate ass can get).

But if you’re a man and don’t want a kid, you’re fucked. Unlike a woman, you have absolutely no legal power if you knock a girl up. She can keep the kid and make you pay for it the rest of your life, draining you of every penny you got. And if you don’t pay up? People will can you a “deadbeat dad” and the state can even throw you in jail!

What a load of bollocks.

Pro-choice only gives women the choice. There is no equality in abortion.

OK, I don’t want to go around ordering my girlfriend’s to get abortion, but at the very least, if abortion was legalised, the man should be able to sign a form (or not sign a form in some cases) that abdicates him of any responsibility – the exact same way abortion abdicates women of such responsibility.

Until “pro-choice” means pro-choice for all, I’m forced to remain pro-life, because pro-choice is anti-male.

 

23 Responses to Abortion is Anti-Male

  1. Architekt July 20, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    Interesting viewpoint. I’d like to check out the legislation here in regards to abortion. Could potentially make for some highly controversial court cases

  2. Tim July 20, 2012 at 2:11 pm #

    While I don’t disagree with your reasoning, I always cringe when I hear the word “fair.” Fair always seems to mean, when used in a political context, that its only fair for someone else to pay for stuff for me or for me to get what I want with the government taking something from somebody else, or restricting somebody’s rights so that I get my way.

    And I would submit to you that the problem isn’t as much that only women get to choose, but that men are required, by law, to pay for a kid if that’s what the woman decides. If we removed any government mandated obligations there would be less of a problem for guys, and women would need to understand that if they are going to have a kid without the father’s consent, then they will be on their own.

  3. Uri Katsav July 20, 2012 at 3:41 pm #

    That’s it! Give a man the right to abortion, that is, that he can step down for unwanted pregnancy and we will have a better World.

  4. M3 July 20, 2012 at 6:33 pm #

    I took a slightly different tangent than you did but i think we’re both converging on the same destination.

    http://whoism3.wordpress.com/2012/06/18/once-more-with-feeling-re-abortion/

    Good post.

  5. LAP July 21, 2012 at 2:13 am #

    If you’re a man, don’t cum inside.

    What a pathetic post, it feels just like the shit feminists, but from a “furious” guy, which is even worse. You are the one with a body who will suffer all the consequences of an unwanted pregnancy. I see.

  6. proxy July 21, 2012 at 4:50 am #

    I’m still ‘pro-choice’, but damn, you make a good point. For fuck’s sake.

    Men need to have that ‘fiscal abortion form’ they can sign. Agreed. When will that pass into law?

  7. OldBoy July 21, 2012 at 3:36 pm #

    There’s too many fucking people in the world, anyway. We’re nothing but a virus that consumes, pollutes, destroys, and rapes the Earth.

    OK, your a sick fucker

    1) All life consumes and gives back

    2) Nope, can’t be done, it has no meaning everything changes. your pollution is someone else’s food. Example, the Sun gives out energy that kills life while allowing life to flourish

    3) No meaning, in time everything changes, check out what ant’s do

    4) Delusional, your masturbatory fantasy’s are just that

    Why are you still alive if there are too many people in the world? Oh yeah the lives of others are not worth much unless they live the way you wish

  8. John July 21, 2012 at 3:46 pm #

    Wow one can really write up an excuse for any dumb opinion.

    What a twisted way of seeing things. “abortion should be illegal so we can all suffer together – it’s only fair”. Lol

    I hope you do grow out of this stage where you see life through Greek letters. You seem a pretty smart guy otherwise.

  9. OldBoy July 21, 2012 at 4:08 pm #

    There is nothing wrong with pro-choice beyond morality and the breaking of contract law and the imposition of warranty without previous agreement.

    If women where required to take responsibility for there actions then abortion would be a non issue as women knowing they would have to take full responsibility for the child would be very careful, as it is now they don’t need to be adults (also I don’t believe most are capable before they are sterile*) as they know men will pay either directly by wealth confiscation or indirectly by taxation on the most productive i.e., Men, members of society.

    *emotional whatever is just BS, being in touch with your feelings is a sign of a child, being able to make logical choices with out letting emotion interfere is a sign of an adult.

  10. OldBoy July 21, 2012 at 4:36 pm #

    “What a load of bollocks.

    Pro-choice only gives women the choice. There is no equality in abortion.”

    That’s the point, no women has ever done anything meaningful to overthrow any regime. Sure there have been some figureheads but all action has required the action of men. So if you want to control a society you must control the men, so take the power from men by using laws to give women power they don’t deserve and can’t use responsibly and the theory goes that you will make the men accept a slave role.

    This all came from the delusion that the mind and body were both “Tabula rasa” and so the ruling elite could set up a permanent oligarchy.

    Yeah, to quote a blog I like.

    Enjoy the Decline

  11. Stoondude July 24, 2012 at 7:27 am #

    Perfectly explained. He knows how it should be.

    To all the haters on this post… Until you’ve dated a girl who lies about being on birth control 2 months after a 3 year relationship, from a different country, who tells you after you she has your bun in the oven….

    Shut the fuck up.

    Luckily I outsmarted that pathetic American, no kid, and I’m stress free, keeping all my hard earned money so I can blow it on future adventures.

  12. OldBoy July 24, 2012 at 1:11 pm #

    @Stoondude

    Why don’t you STFU and read the OP then comments before making yourself look like a pratt. It’s simple, women can have pro-choice but they cannot demand that others pay for their choice. In other words they have to act like adults/men and take responsibility for their choice and if they choose to have a child out of wedlock then they look after it, raise it and pay for it.

  13. Rich July 24, 2012 at 6:14 pm #

    The problem is as Tim mentioned, the laws that require biological fathers to pay child support.

    If a guy chooses not to be a father in the behavioural sense, but a woman chooses to be a mother, in a society where abortion is a reasonable option, then there’s no rational reason why the biological father should pay.

    As it is, Im not sure your conclusion follows… I still think one-sided pro-choice is probably better than pro-life, all things considered. A bio-father having to pay child support is probably better than a raped woman having to have the baby of her rapist.

    Even with exceptions in pro-life law for rape, I think unchecked population growth and the fact that the most fucked up kids come from families that wanted them the least, are enough to make pro-choice the winner, even if it’s unfair at the moment.

    Bring on the “Abdication of Fatherhood” form though. I wonder if this will ever happen? Probably not for a few decades, until the pendulum swings back away from feminism enough I guess.

  14. jerk July 25, 2012 at 7:22 pm #

    Equality is for nancy boyz .
    i hope your future thai wife aborts all your mongrel fetuses.

  15. Anne August 19, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

    This is issue is full of so many grey areas. Even as a woman, I agree with you that the way things stand, there are women who take advantage of the fact that men have to pay child support for their children even if they were unwanted.

    However if men had the rights to abdicate fatherhood, I could see many men taking advantage of this too. Let’s face it, a lot of people are dickheads regardless of gender. But if men could sign an abdication of fatherhood for any reason at all (such as, he got tired of her), the one who suffers most in the scenario is the child. It’s damn hard growing up without a father, even more when it’s a father that has opted out by choice.

    It’s a statistical fact that men who grow up without a father are twice as likely to end up in jail. I myself grew up without a father, so did others I know and it did mess us up quite a bit.

    All I’m saying is, both sides have victims. But I am glad that I live in a society which is pro-choice and men have to pay parental support because at least this way, the kids who never asked to be born in the first place don’t have to suffer for their parents’ carelessness.

    However in my experience, a lot of men that I have had sex with have wanted to have sex with me without a condom, even when I tell them I’m not on birth control (and even if we didn’t know each other well at all). Just sayin’, if I was a guy, I’d make sure to use a condom every damn time. There are some horror stories out there…

    I think the best solution of all would be to develop a male Pill (I read an article recently that suggested they were very close to making one). This way, every person has control over their own fertility. I think that’s the only way forward to make the situation more equal for both men and women without making victims out of the children as well.

  16. Anne August 19, 2012 at 6:37 pm #

    Also, just want to add that women suffer a lot more consequences for abortion AND childbirth than men do. Fist of all, abortion is no walk in the park. I have never had one, but know many friends who have and I don’t envy them. First of all, there are all the psychological issues which go along with it – although I don’t have anything morally against abortion, a lot of people still do and feel a lot of guilt that haunts them for the rest of their lives.

    And even if you don’t have any ethical or psychological issues surrounding a abortion, the hormones are still hell to go through. As well as the fact that most women have the biological urge to have children, even if they rationally they may know that they are not ready yet. All of the women had a period of depression after the abortion. Two of them were in relationships with the guy who had pressured them to have an abortion, even though they wanted a child. The relationships both disintegrated afterwards, sadly, because both couples had been together 7-8 years.

    It’s not something I’d wish on anyone. It’s also something I think you should never pressure someone into. If you weren’t that into the idea, you should have worn a damn condom, knowing that the main biological reason for sex is procreation. So unless you want to procreate, wrap it up! Condoms suck, I think so too, but the alternative sucks more.

    Again: Scientists need to invent the male Pill!!! 🙂

  17. Polish Hammer August 27, 2012 at 4:12 am #

    try dating a colombian for a while and see how that goes… paying for her birth control every month… even though the shitty south american pharmacuetical companies make a less effective version. Then when you get her pregnant you can take her down to the barrio’s for an illegal aborto and haggle with the sleeze ball street “doctors” who are about as smart as a toddler, she almost dies from the procedure but at least you wont have a baby to deal with. Thats how I rolled. Hows that for male relationship assertiveness.

    -No condom, never pull out. Live by the pussy, die by the pussy.

  18. Wonky September 9, 2012 at 11:50 am #

    Hmm ..are you trolling your own readers?

  19. Alex September 23, 2012 at 10:26 pm #

    Polish Hammer… I’m glad you aren’t procreating. The women you shag must have no respect for themselves. Pity your dick doesn’t wither and fall off.

  20. coco October 31, 2012 at 12:49 am #

    pro choice but you make a good point
    its women with the whole power on reproductivty even though men get them pregenant
    both should have a say on the child if the guy dosent want it
    either abort or she raises it on her own
    an vice versa

  21. monster221 November 26, 2012 at 2:56 pm #

    ive been saying this for a long long time.

    here in texas, if a pregnant woman 8 months in gets wasted and hits a car and kills her baby she cannot be charged.

    but if a drunk guyhits a pregnant woman (in a car of course)nand she loses her baby he can be charged with negligent homocide. well is the thing alive or not?

    thats sexist.

    i think the pro life people (i myself am one for the exact reasons above) need to look at this issue as their golden ticket. instead of arguing solely moral grounds (and consequently getting labelled religious fascists by the liberal feminist establishment) they could argue this equal rights issue.

    that way if they tag on “abdication of fathers rights and responsibilities” with the abortion laws men are protected, and if the pro lifers get what they really want, abolishment of abortion, then we are also protected.

    either way i promise, if women realize that they cant abort or that they may well be on their own, they will be a whole lot more careful with “their bodies”. and that means population increase will slow down.

  22. midnightcowgirl November 30, 2012 at 8:02 am #

    Regardless, I think it’s the wording first and foremost (but among other things) that is at play here. The term ‘pro-life’ is simply bullshit. The more accurate way to put it would be ‘pro-choice’ and ‘anti-choice’.

    In a country where so-called ‘pro-life’ laws are in place NOBODY has a choice, not the man, and certainly not the woman. That is undoubtedly ‘anti-choice’.

    That considered, would it not be more fitting to identify as “pro-choice”?

    • Naughty Nomad December 1, 2012 at 2:26 pm #

      And what choice do the unborn have?

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