MHRAs often discuss reproductive technologies that might bring men a greater level of choice in whether they become fathers. A related topic, “artificial wombs,” promises to empower men while releasing women from the (supposedly) oppressive responsibility of having a larger share of legal power over reproduction.
Male Reproductive Rights
Proponents of mandatory DNA testing at birth say it would tackle paternity fraud and would introduce truth as a standard in the relationships of the parents. Lucian Vâlsan analyzes what’s wrong with this idea and proposes an alternative approach.
One of the most controversial topics we cover at this website is men’s reproductive rights. It is also one of the topics we publish about least frequently. Gordon Wadsworth wanted to add his opinion on the subject into the library of literature here. He adds a bombshell.
Reproduction is a human right. And by a human right, we mean a women’s right. JTO tells us how “a woman’s body, a woman’s choice” is seen as a declaration of women’s freedoms, yet is also a demand for men’s enslavement because its full wording is really “a woman’s body, a woman’s choice, a man’s responsibility”. Pay up, sucker. [Illustration by Typhonblue]