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Isome Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Oct-23-03 05:12 PM
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337. No, I'm responding to the charge of inequity.
Edited on Thu Oct-23-03 05:24 PM by Isome
It's inequitable to allow a man to have the final say over a woman's body while pregnant -- while the fetus is in utero and wholly dependant on the woman's body to grow into a baby. It's absolutely equitable to hold both parents financially responsible for a child that is born.

That is where you, and those holding the same argument, are mixing issues.

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