If the wishes to won the womb then it must also own the seeds - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Daniela
    • 31.12.12 | 13:48 (IST)

    Once again women, of any species 2 legged or four, fins or feet are not owned by anyone else certainly not government. Everyone has a right to choose and everyone has the right to have or not have children. However- I am curious- what would happen if we coerced the men who gave the seed that put the fetus in the womb the requirement that as soon as the baby was born and the job of the womb was over- that the seed provider-aka the male half was then legally required to take care of financially, physically and emotionally for the embedded child. Where the men could not work full time and made pitiful pt salaries. Would this even be a question? As long as men have no requirements they are happy to make demands on others.

    from the article: Let our Jewish wombs go
    First published 07:54 30.12.12 | Last updated 07:54 30.12.12
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