I don't see what your first paragraph really has to do with anything in this scenario. I'm not saying it isn't true, but what does that fact that he didn't want it have to do with his responsibility for it? Regardless of what emotional guidance the child will be missing, he (or his mother) still deserves to have support from the other half of the pair that made him.
Originally Posted by Jazzy Jeff
In paragraph 2, you are making some pretty big assumptions. It doesn't say she can't handle the financial burden of raising the child on her own. Even if she can with no problem, that does not absolve the father from his responsibilities. If "being a guy" ends up getting someone pregnant, then "being a man" means doing your part to help.
To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.