- Gabrielle Blair is a New York Times bestselling author.
- The following is adapted from his book “Ejaculate Responsibly.”
- He said that men can get rid of an unwanted pregnancy that is caused by involuntary ejaculation.
The following is adapted from Gabrielle Blair’s book “Ejaculation: A New Way of Thinking About Abortion.”
If a man ejaculates carelessly and causes an unwanted pregnancy, he will not experience the consequences. They can leave at any time, and our modern culture does not do much – or anything? – to reduce.
It’s all about the woman
If a woman wants to take Plan B to prevent pregnancy, it is up to the woman to buy it and pay for it – from her own money, or ask someone else to pay for it.
If the woman decides to have an abortion, the man will not know that she caused the unwanted pregnancy and insemination – and the woman will have to arrange and pay for it (again, from her own money, or ask for an abortion). money from someone else – and I think they can get themselves to where it’s acceptable).
If a woman decides to adopt the child but does not tell the man, or gives the child up for adoption, she may not know that there is a child walking with 50% of her DNA.
If the woman tells the man that she has caused an unwanted pregnancy and that she has a child, the closest thing to the outcome is that she will have to pay for the child. But our current child support system is known as a joke.
Men are responsible for caring for almost all children
Men make up 85% of child support providers, and only 43.5% of parents agree to receive full child support payments. And $10 billion in child support is collected every year. When men do not pay for child support, in theory, women have legal recourse and can force the man to pay child support, but, again, this system makes it very difficult. It is up to the mother to provide proof of paternity, pay a lawyer, and fight for child support in court.
Remember that these court battles are very difficult to control someone who just has a child – a baby that they are trying to feed and care for. And in the end, even after giving time and paying years of legal fees, many women do not collect the full amount. If they manage to collect, child support is $400 a month, which is obviously nowhere near what it takes to house and clothe and feed and educate a child – to say nothing of the physical, emotional, and financial costs. about raising a child.
Our organization was created to protect men from the consequences of their actions. Our laws and policies cannot be adequately designed to protect men who have self-inflicted pregnancies.
I talked to a social worker for a long time about this, and he listed eight ways that men don’t suffer the consequences and don’t take responsibility for their own ejaculation.
1) There is no law for a father to pay child support without a court order. It doesn’t happen automatically.
2) In most states, credit unions are not affected by failure to pay child support.
3) Fathers are not fired for impregnating a woman.
4) Fathers are not paid any medical expenses for pregnancy or child. In at least two states, fathers can be legally required to pay at least 50% of medical expenses related to pregnancy.
5) Fathers should not take unpaid weeks or months off work due to pregnancy or childbirth complications.
6) Fathers don’t spend a cent on giving a wife.
7) In most cases the father does not have to pay any funeral expenses of the dead child. At least two countries consider it the responsibility of both parents to pay.
8) If the father decides to leave at any time – before or after the birth of the child – there are no social consequences for leaving the child.
There are no side effects. As a result, many men continue, resulting in unwanted pregnancies and involuntary ejaculations. When the subject of abortion comes up, they may think: Abortion makes me uncomfortable. Women should not choose to have an abortion. And he never once thought about the person who caused the miscarriage.
Excerpted from “Ejaculate Rightly: A New Way of Thinking About Abortion” by Gabrielle Blair. Workman Publishing © 2022.