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Blue Meany Donating Member (986 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-22-09 02:21 PM
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13. The fact that the woman's health is at stake obviously gives
her a "say" that the man cannot have, but you did not address my point that the man's life is also affected. Clearly a man should not be able to force a woman to carry a child to term, if her health is threatened. But should he be able to compell her to abort a child (presuming this can be done completely safely) because he does not want a child or does not want ot support it?
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