1. Yeah I did not get that one either especially since there are a million way to prevent any woman from getting a Child.
Same for abortion, getting pregnant by accident is pretty impressive these days to begin with, but for the sake of argument lets say you are that 1 or 2% of people that got pregnant while using condoms or/and the pill etc. You still got 20 weeks to legaly abort your foetus. If you don't act within that time than bitching about it has little to nothing to do with freedom, but more with the right to being neglectful without concequence, the world doesn't and will never work like that.
1 - And pregnancy not being a disease nor threatening anyone's life to equate the fetus to a leech or equate not donating your kidney.
About abortion, I'm totally against (but wouldn't forbid through government coercion). When I think about accidental pregnancy I can only imagine someone walking and slipping in a skate, unfortunately landing on a men lap and immediate pregnancy. Like it can't be accident when the sole outcome of sex can only be pregnancy. So doesn't matter how many precautions you take, you must be willing to accept the consequences. You can't abort AIDS, but people want a world as free of consequence as possible.
If a woman decides to create a life with a man, then decides to abort that life, leaving him with nothing, he demands justice, and society tells him to wake up and realize it's not about his wants and needs and that forcing her to carry the unborn, would be allowing it to leech off of her, which would be unfair, regardless of the initial consent.
If a woman decides to marry a man, then decides to divorce him, if he decides to leave her with nothing, she demands justice, and society tells her she certainly should be entitled to whatever portion of his wealth that maintains her wants and needs, which wouldn't be leeching off of him, and would be fair, regardless of the initial consent.
So in laypeople's terms, heads we win, tales you lose? Since when did coins start having the queens head on both sides? Before or after #equality?