women should not have ultiamte say in whether to abort or not. a bottomline, is that if women are able to hold a man liable for child support and financially, he should be able to hold her to the pregnancy to some extent, and also finanicially. it takes two to tango in terms of getting a woman pregnant, so there should be shared responsibilties and rights. id propose that a man cannot force the abortion, but he should be able to stop the abortion, at least after a few months deference to the woman. three months is plenty of time for a woman to figure out she's pregnant and do what she wants. after that, the man should have some say in the matter too. it is her body, but she also has enough time to abort, and has to take responsibility for getting pregnant too.
of course, there's mother's health and fetal defects that could be deferred to the woman at all points of pregnancy.
No the father should not have more to say in abortions than what is currently allowed. The father does not fully understand the emotional and physical changes have a child is. And what if this girl was raped, how do you settle this? Also having the father have a bigger input takes lots of time for testing, and what if the parents disagree? How do you resolve the disagreement, Rock Paper Scissors? It is not fair on the women because the male does not have to stick about the whole time, but if the women doesn't choose abortion then the women is stuck with the child. It is inconvenient and unfair for the father to have more control in abortions.
okay there can be rape and incest exceptions. of course still with with the mother's health exceptions.
he doesn't need to understand the emotional and physical changes. she had enough time to abort with my system, and they share responsibility, so he should have input. the father has a huge finanacial stake or could be stuck with the child himself with the current system. it's only fair that it could be possible the woman could be stuck or with financially responsible.
a quick DNA test could resolve any of those disputes, if there are any. the male may not stick around, but that's the risk involved with giving fathers more rights. it's always possible a father would be given the child an the mother runs off.
inconvenience isn't enough of a concern, when it come to being more fair and giving mroe say in the matter.