Quoting Kaleighshaleigh:" It is his fault for cheating and he is a dirtbag for leaving the pregnancy, but it is just as much her ... [snip!] ... as his for making the decision to have sex with someone that she didn't know was a dirt bag. A consequence of "sexual freedom"."
And it is just as much fault, by your logic, that the man got the woman pregnant in the first place.
You are blaming a woman for getting pregnant, not "keeping her legs closed" as it were, instead of seeing that it takes two to tango.
I know that you're limiting it to "a couple days, weeks, months"... but no amount of time can tell you if someone is going to suddenly change when they are afraid. You are assuming that women are sleeping with men they've known a few days or weeks, instead of understanding that many women know the men very well, are in committed relationships, and then an unplanned pregnancy happens....
And now it's still the woman's fault?
Sorry. Your logic is really misogynistic.
"When a woman chooses to have sex with someone that she doesn't know very well and ends up getting pregnant and finds out he's a dirt bag that cheats and leaves...whose fault is it? Yes, the guy was a dirt bag, but she made the choice to have sex with him." So it's her fault that the man no longer wants to be with her? Relationships fail, whether there's an unplanned pregnancy or not, and people hide who they are all the time, in a variety of situations. It's bullsmurf to blame someone for someone else's actions, I don't care if that person is pregnant (and therefore "to blame") or a woman (and therefore "to blame").
"You strongly disagree that a woman should know the character of a man before she sleeps with him?" Shouldn't a man? Doesn't a man know that sex could equal pregnancy?
"Exactly why more people should show a bit more self control within those moments. Birth control can fail." Yes, PEOPLE. A man knows very well that sticking his penis into a woman's vagina can equal a baby as much as a woman knows it. So how, for smurf's sake, is it the woman's fault when she becomes pregnant? Please explain that to me.
It's sad how much you dislike women that you blame them when someone else
breaks their trust, aka, what this whole debate was about, pregnant or not.