0 Consequences for Men Who Ejaculate Irresponsibly

  • Gabrielle Blair is a New York Times best-selling author.
  • The following is an adapted excerpt from her book “Ejaculate Responsibly.”
  • She says that men can walk away from unwanted pregnancies that are the result of irresponsible ejaculation.

The following is an adapted quote from Gabrielle Blair’s book “Responsible Ejaculation: A Whole New Way of Thinking About Abortion.”

If a man ejaculates irresponsibly and causes an unwanted pregnancy, he will face no consequences. He can walk away at any time, and our current culture doesn’t really do much — or anything? – to discourage him.

It’s all on the woman

If the woman wants to take Plan B to prevent pregnancy, it is the woman’s responsibility to acquire it and pay for it — from her own money, or by asking for money from someone else.

If the woman decides to have an abortion, the man may never know that he has caused an unwanted pregnancy with his irresponsible ejaculation – and it is still up to the woman to make the arrangements and pay to have one (again, of her own money, or by asking for money from someone else – and that is assuming she can go to a state where it is legal).

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If the woman decides to raise the baby but doesn’t tell the man, or gives the baby up for adoption, he may never know that there is now a child walking around with 50% of his DNA.

If the woman tells the man that he caused an unwanted pregnancy and she has the baby, the closest thing to a consequence for him is that he may need to pay child support. But our current child support system is well known to be a joke.

Men are responsible for almost all child support

85% of child support providers are men, and only 43.5% of parents say they receive the full amount of child support they are owed. And an estimated $10 billion in child support payments go uncollected each year. In cases where men won’t pay to support a child, theoretically, women have a legal right and can force a man to pay child support, but, again, the system makes it extremely difficult. It is up to the mother to pay to prove paternity, pay a lawyer, and fight for child support in court.

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Remember that these court battles are unreasonably difficult to manage for someone who has just had a baby – a baby they are trying to feed and care for. And in the end, even if she puts in the time and pays the years of legal fees, most women never collect all the money anyway. If she manages to collect, the average child support order is $400 a month, which is clearly not even close to what it takes to house and clothe and feed and educate a child – to say nothing of the time, emotional and physical costs. of raising a child.

Our society is set up to protect men from the consequences of their own actions. Our laws and policies could not be better designed to protect men who abandon the pregnancies they cause.

I had a conversation with a long time social worker about this, and he listed eight ways that men face no consequences and are not held responsible for their ejaculating actions.

1 ) There are no laws that require the father to pay child support without a court order. It is not automatic.

2) In many states, failure to pay child support does not affect credit scores.

3) Fathers are not fired from their jobs for impregnating a woman.

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4) Fathers are not billed for any medical costs for the pregnancy or the child. In at least two states, fathers may be legally required to pay for at least 50% of pregnancy-related medical expenses.

5) Fathers do not have to take weeks or months off work without pay due to pregnancy or childbirth complications.

6) Fathers do not lose a cent in wages for impregnating a woman.

7) Fathers are generally not required to pay any funeral costs for a child who has died. At least two states consider it the responsibility of both parents to pay.

8) If fathers choose to walk out at any time—before or after the child is born—there are no social consequences for abandoning the child.

There are almost no repercussions for skipping. Therefore, many men still go ahead, causing an unwanted pregnancy with an irresponsible ejaculation and never think about it. When the subject of abortion comes up, they may think: Abortion makes me uncomfortable. Women should not choose abortion. And they never once consider the man who caused the unwanted pregnancy.

Excerpted from “Ejaculate Responsibly: A Whole New Way to Think About Abortion” by Gabrielle Blair. Workman Publishing © 2022.


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