> tonymack21 wrote:
>> Karaiya wrote:
> |>> And what happens financially would be litigated after childbirth. That would
> |>> meant there was not an abortion. No state requires any father to be financially
> |>> or emotionally supportive during pregnancy.
> |>> Once the child is born both parents have legal rights and obligations to that
> |>> We should argue those semantics as those vary state to state and can favor the
> |>> in way that have sometimes been unfair to good fathers. Especially if it is
> |>> situation where the mom is not playing nice. I think this is where you are at
> |>> I agree with you here.
>> yes definitely.
> |>> However, that child is the mothers while she is preggo and while it inhabits
> |>> body she bears the responsibility, emotionally, and physically. Not only that
> |>> alsp carries the life risk as childbirth can also be fatal to the mother and
> |>> There is not equal share with men and women during pregnancy as much as we want
> |>> to think that as men, it isnt true.
>> I know you love your kids, as do I.. as a dad I know I could never feel they weren't
>> just as much my children as their mothers, at any point from that peanut sonogram
>> to now. however, these are you guys feelings, though my own differ. you know
>> you're my boy, and I like Osiris too, that's why I don't post here much, I don't
>> like getting tangled into hypotheticals with friends over such things. but I
>> we are all mature enough to not agree on everything and be cool, and I miss the
>> when most people were like that :/
>> women want to be different when its a benefit, but then cry at other times when
>> aren't equal, and often these benefits are to the disadvantage of men, and I definitely
>> have a sore spot for the family law system with what we've been through.
>> there aren't perfect answers, but I know if their mom had decided to kill my kids
>> without consent, id have done everything I could to stop it, and if she had done
>> it anyway, it probably wouldn't have ended well
> Thanks. Yeah I agree about family law its really kind of messed up at least it was
> in Florida.
Texas isn't much better probably. Progress is being made slowly. I read about more victories for dads than i used too. More women are getting on board too..it's diffetent once they see their sons and grandchildren getting gamed by the system.
When I went to court to get the papers done for the kids to switch primary residence from their mom to me, which we have always had joint custody/rights anyway, the judge didn't ask questions she just signed it. She was once a notoriously pro mom judge..but they say family Court judges are appreciating more and more when the parents can work it out amongst themselves.
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