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It Takes Two A Modest Proposal for Holding Fathers Equally Accountable It takes two human beings to create and bring a new life into this world Katha Pollitt does a good job at expressing and arguing why it is not the responsibility of the mother to take care of and raise the child on her own it requires two people to bring the baby into this world Therefore it will take two to raise and care for the baby as well Not one individual should have to raise take care of and care for a baby on his or her own By taking part in an act such as sex the couple must realize the duties and responsibilities that they will have to acquire when the woman becomes pregnant Throughout the whole story Pollitt shows many hasty generalizations and slippery slope fallacies The start of my argument shows the fallacy of many questions Why do men abandon women as soon as they become pregnant leaving women to have a baby out of wedlock There are many reasons why men leave women who become pregnant These reasons include men want the women to have an abortion and the women do not want to or will not agree to have one they are scared raising a child costs a lot of money and the baby was an accident Wherever the excuse lies it is all due to lack of responsibility The man in this situation is not realizing the risk of having sex and the consequence of having a baby Some men want women to have an abortion that get pregnant This is down right selfish and inconsiderate These types of men are just thinking of themselves rather than the innocent baby that was created in the process The baby was not able to have a say or ask to be conceived therefore it should not be the baby that has to suffer because of irresponsibility The
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