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U.S. males heed lessons learned from gay marriage and abortion laws

From our current abortion laws men have learned that:
* if a man gets a woman pregnant and he wants the baby and she does not, she gets to have an abortion.  Why?  Because it is her body.
* if a man gets a woman pregnant and he does not want the baby and she does, she gets to keep the baby and he gets to pay child support for 18 years.  Why?  Because he does not own his sperm once it leaves his body but he is responsible for it.

From gay marriage we men have learned that the word marriage can be re-defined to mean/be whatever you want it to mean/be.

So?  So I propose that men heed the precedence set before them and claim that their bodies belong to them and they can do with it as they please.  I propose that they re-define marriage to mean that men do not have to be faithful and that they can do whatever they want with their dicks (i.e., polygamy).  Monogamy, from a male's perspective, is not natural and goes against their survival strategy.

True.

Side Score: 4
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Side Score: 8
1 point

It's time men stood up for themselves. ;)

Side: True.

The shitty thing is, is that a female can rape a 12 year old boy. Now, if the female gets pregnant, she can sue the child she raped for child support.

Defuq?

Side: True.
Mingiwuwu(1446) Disputed
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In which country is this?

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The US...................................................................

Side: Wait..., what? No!!!
1 point

i correct myself....this is actually a good idea, lol, i dont know what i was thinking.

Side: True.
1 point

no....just no....i dont have an argument...but....just no.

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2 points

I agree that having multiple wives, on their period, is scary, but... ;)

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1 point

i completely misinterpreted my view...this is actually a good idea.

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Women in close quarters hormonally sync cycles with one another, being almost identical after 3 months together.

The way it happens is the later ones have it earlier and earlier as when women near them have periods, their sweat gives off an odd smell (not body odour, a more subtle smell that is similar in nature to pheromones but not sexual). The later period-haver has it earlier and earlier and by the third month will sync cycles with the one who had it earliest out of the group of women. The more women in a group, the longer it takes because at first different women will sync to different earlier women's cycles.

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