Find links to sites offering insight and information related to men's rights and issues of paternity specific to abortion.
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Men and Abortion
Testimonials of fathers whose children have been aborted.
Men and Abortion: A Clash of Faulty Rights
Fathers should not make the final abortion decision, but should be notified and given a chance to plead with the mother, according to sociologist Arthur Shostak.
Planned Parenthood v. Casey
U.S. Supreme Court opinion in 1992 decided that government may not require that a husband be informed about an abortion, even after the abortion, because that prospect might deter a woman from ending her pregnancy.
Findlaw's Writ: Abortion and Free Speech; Applying the "Prior Restraint" Doctrine to Abortion Law
Essay asserting that no one should be allowed to prevent abortion before viability, but penalities should be available after such an abortion, for both fathers and mothers of aborted fetuses. Author is Andrew Hyman. (June 13, 2002)
Social Science Research Network: Custody and Couvade; The Importance of Paternal Bonding in the Law of Family Relations
Article addressing fathers' roles in abortion decisions, mentioning that about 82.5% of wives confide in their husbands. Author is Geoffrey P. Miller. (February 14, 2000)
Metro: Revenge of the Deadbeat Dads
Article about unwanted fatherhood, by Richard Sine. (November 20, 1996)
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