Feminazis, living blow up dolls, servitude, and other madness from an anti-choicer
No wonder feminazis mock the idea that men have feelings. They assume men are their personal sex toys and therefore have no feelings or desires other than to serve their women. Then, they think they can deprive men of their right to start a family and have children without being called “oppressors” by using this “no uterus, no opinion” crap.
I wonder if these men would stay with them if they knew the woman they loved thought of them as no more than a living blow-up doll.
Feminazis? Living blow up doll? No feelings or desires? Serve their women?
Is this person on crack? No, seriously. Since when does two people having consensual sex, whether in or out of a committed relationship, justify using the other person’s body and resources to do something else? (Here’s a clue: never). People in committed relationships discuss when and if they’ll start families; they make those choices together. A woman cannot force her significant other to get a vasectomy because she doesn’t want kids; a man cannot force a woman to get pregnant because he does. A couple should strive to make those decisions together — and, for the relationship to last, they will have to — but each person makes the final choice about their own body.
Thus, if a woman *does* want kids, and a man does not, he has the right to get a vasectomy/use a condom/otherwise prevent fertilization; if a man does want kids, and a woman doesn’t, she has the right not to have a kid. Obviously, if they are at odds over whether or not to have a family together, they probably aren’t going to have the best relationship; but that’s for them to figure out. No one is promised a perfect relationship every time we try, but we are given the right to decide what we will or won’t do with our own bodies.
The OP might not like that, and might be frightened by the idea of those rights extending to women as well as men, but the hyperbole is just ridiculous. Saying that women have exactly the same rights to control their own bodies as men does NOT mean that men do not or should not have those rights for their own body. I’ve yet to meet a woman who wants to deny men of those rights. We just want them for ourselves, too. Strange that that intimidates and infuriates the OP so very much.