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Debate: Male rights to opt-out of child support in unwanted pregnancies

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Should men have rights to opt-out of child support in unwanted pregnancies?

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Court cases have arisen in recent years as a result of a woman becoming pregnant against the wishes and intentions of a man, and the woman carrying the baby to term, and subsequently demanding child support from the unwilling man. The question is whether a man, who never intended to have a child and would have opted for an early abortion, should be obligated to pay child support, or whether they should have the ability to opt out of child support during the pregnancy. This, many argue, is necessary to establish equal rights between the man and women, as women have dominant rights to choose whether to carry an unborn fetus to term or seek an abortion irrespective of the position of the man.

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