Hell no. Pardon my French, but as long as a woman’s lazy butt is going to limit me to one female, eat my food, spend my money and effect my day, I got some ownership if my seed ends up in her.
Women, face it, when you get married you do not have sovereignty over your womb.
When you enter marriage, you become one. Just like I would be looked down on if one day I kicked my wife and kids out of my home, a woman should be looked down on if she tries to kick my kid out of her before its time. I’m talking about abortion here you all, so let’s just be real.
When a zygote is formed, it takes two to tango. And if my genes are in the mix, that is my property. It is not a sole ownership, so I don’t see why all you women out there think that if you consent to put yourself in a pregnancy situation, you should get special rights to murder the life us men put into you.
Furthermore, look at it like this. If a woman divorces a man, she gets all the goods. Look at poor Kobe Bryant. His wife has not won 5 championship rings or has had to practice hard every day to earn a living. Yet, Kobe makes one little mistake compared to who knows how many she has made, and yet she gets to take half of everything he owns. He gets nothing?
Men are getting the shaft in this modern legal system. Feminists have litigated a country of extreme bias and prejudice. Men, we should be offended that women think they have the right to play God over the lives of our internally growing children. There is no justification for destroying my seed and if any woman thinks otherwise, she needs a nice little tap across the lips to put her back into reality.
Do married women have sovereignty over their womb? No.
And if your wife is lippy and says that makes no sense, then give her the official word of God. If she doesn’t want to give you your say about what is yours, let her know hellfire is the place where mouthy wives go.
“Then the word of the LORD came to me, saying: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you; before you were born I sanctified you; I ordained you a prophet to the nations.” (Jeremiah 1:4-5).
“What then shall I do when God rises up? When He punishes, how shall I answer Him? Did not He who made me in the womb make them? Did not the same One fashion us in the womb?” (Job 31:14-15)
See a trend here?
Nowhere in those verses does it say, “Women, murder your children if you feel like it.”