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Real men oppose abortion

Published: Sun, December 13, 2009 @ 12:00 a.m.

Real men oppose abortion


In last Sunday’s letter, “Why is abortion part of the health-care debate,” the writer says: “Being a man, I’ll never have to decide on having an abortion. The last thing I would ever do is to try to make that decision for a woman.”

As a man, I was disappointed but not surprised by his attitude. Real men are involved in every aspect of the life of a child. Real men are there to counsel the young women in respecting life and not have the abortion.

I truly believe women want a strong godly man to take part in that decision making process. It is the feminization of society that tells men “it’s none of your business” if the women wishes to have the abortion.

As a “real man,” I don’t want my tax dollars paying for something I morally don’t believe in. I can’t force a woman to not have an abortion, and I shouldn’t be forced to pay for an abortion.




1Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

Those who pride themselves in the killing of the unborn have no soul . Yes there is a God and he doesn't support the killing of the unborn . We have been given the gift of life . What makes the pro abortionists think that they are special but the unborn isn't ? Why should the gift of life be stolen from the unborn ?

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2pit_bull_marley(291 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

The child is 50% of the father. Yet the father has no say. "We have to carry the baby " and "its our body" is what we are told. My problem is its our(the fathers) baby too and they make the decision alone and with legal system supporting the fact the man has no say what so ever.

Since we have no say and the law backs that up, what if the man says to abort, the woman has the baby anyway, why is the man legally accountable to pay the support?

People want pro choice for the woman, yet they are completely satisfied with denning ANY choice for the man.

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3Nonsocialist(710 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago


The Family Law system is, in my opinion, openly and wildly discriminatory. It is pro-mother, anti-family and anti-child. Often , a father's only "right" is to pay child "support".

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4knucles518(39 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

Well I have a few problems with the system. When the Mothers life is at risk (which I just wittnessed recently). Yes the abortion should be carried out without anybodys concent. Other than that if a women feels she can bot take care of the baby. I'd rather see ther baby aborted then having that child grow up with a poor set of roll models (parents).

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5AtownParent(564 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

Only an overbearing, controlling man would call someone a "real man" for trying to control a woman's decision about her own body.

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6Nonsocialist(710 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago


It's a decision involving another body inside the mother's body. The body of the fetus was invited into the mother's body by her willful actions.

Why does it seem so ghastly to kill your child after the process of birth, but such an untouchable "right" prior to birth?

It's not a rhetorical question. I welcome your feedback.

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7pit_bull_marley(291 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago


What right does the woman have to kill "the mans" child? Never mind, I know the answer, she has every right to kill his child and he has NO CHOICE. It seams that the woman is the controller of death in this situation.

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8AtownParent(564 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

The woman is the controller of her own body and any medical procedure she wishes to have.

You believe it is murder, I do not. I am not talking about late term abortions. Once a fetus is viable to live outside the womb, it is a living being. 6 weeks gestation, not murder in my book.

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9Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

AtownParent :

"Only an overbearing, controlling man would call someone a "real man" for trying to control a woman's decision about her own body."

How could anyone feel that the unborn have no right to life ? What if some one decides that you have no right to life ? Hitler decided for many years ago . You could be the victim because of age , religion or handicap at some point . Moral values have declined and life has been devalued . Rampant abortion is the proof of that devaluing .
We are committed to the fundamental belief that the intentional killing of another person is wrong.


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10Nonsocialist(710 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago


Thanks for the reply.

So it's an issue of viability. What about adult humans dependent on ventilators, temporarily or permantly? Without the ventilator, they are non-viable. Should we be able to kill them for matters of lack of want, because they are burdensome or inconvenient?

I absolutely agree that every man and woman should be able to control their own body. But again, this is a seperate body temporarily invited inside another. Shouldn't that seperate body have the right to control their own body, and determine their own right to live and to die?

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11ojanet22(134 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

Carmen, you mention counseling the woman. How about PREVENTION in the form of counseling the man AND the woman involved. The male is 50 percent responsible for the prevention of unintended pregnancy.
I'd much rather see a zygote aborted than read about a child being starved until they weigh only 12 lbs. at 10 years old, forced to live in a closet in their own feces and urine, beaten with a wire hanger, burned, mutilated, thrown across a room, jumped up & down upon, strangled, sodomized, raped, eyes gouged out, scalded, acid poured on them, beaten for days at a time, etc., etc., etc. usually by druggie mothers and their "boyfriends". All these things and more happen EVERY DAY in our so-called civilization.The object should not be just to get children born but to mentor them throughout their childhood so these horrendous thing don't happen. Are you willing to step up to the plate to protect all the children who will be born to women who never really wanted them in the first place? "Real men" would.
Furthermore, until you can become pregnant, you have no right to an opinion on the subject.

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12ojanet22(134 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago

I think you mean "spayed". At any rate, the aforementioned abused children are eventually murdered. Their short lives are filled with misery. A zygote feels no pain.

I do, however agree with you that something needs to be done with "people" that breed indiscriminately. I strongly disagree that abortion is the severest form of child abuse. You should read the paper more often.

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13pit_bull_marley(291 comments)posted 5 years, 6 months ago


When technology improves and we are able to care for the "unborn" outside the mothers womb, will the "man/father" have the right to care for the child or will the mother cont to wield the right to abort even if the father wants the child ? Curious as to what your thoughts are.

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