Oor wrote:The place I grew up in was like this. Unfortunately, if we are to have a system of social welfare, then we are simply going to have to put up with the fact that a minority of people will use it in ways we dislike.
I am not so sure that it is a minority based on myself growing up in the same situation and working with professionally. Part of it is the system itself and not the peoples fault but that I will save for another convo.
My question is should weightless pills and gym memberships also be included in what the gvt requires to be covered as part of health insurance? The same economic arguments could be argued perhaps with even more economic benefit than the cost of delivering a child. It has to stop someplace and people take responsibility for themselves I don't know there has to be a line somewhere though.
With regards to your post about a male being able to go out and fuck a different girl every night and not get pregnant it may be technically true but a guy still has to worry about and deal with the consequences of a pregnancy for the rest of his life or atleast until the child is 18 in the US if he is a horrible person. So a guy is not free to just go and have sex at will without worry of pregnancy.
Furthermore if said lady or ladies get pregnant not only may the guy be on the hook for the next 18 years for the upkeep of that child or part of it atleast but he does not have the choice to abort the child either while the lady can at will with no consultation decide that a child is not for her that also is a gender issue.