Greetings Peter! I also noticed this snippet:Your infertility problem is yours; no other woman has to suffer to give you a sense of equity. Pregnancy carries risks; not being pregnant isn't a risk. Doctors treat risks and insurance covers risks.
There are a half-million children out there able to be adopted; what's so frigging holy about your uterus that the child you want has to come from it? If you want to make abortion more difficult to get, then people like you will have to step up and adopt the unwanted offspring. We gays can't adopt them all.
Many women who abort later have wanted children. And how does a man take responsibility for a 9-month pregnancy and all that goes with it?
It's not about you, or men, or ANYONE ELSE but the pregnant woman and her decision.
"now that were encouraged by a doctor to abort their baby due to the child having spinal issues they didnt even give their daughter a chance to live they terminated it because they didnt want the challanges of a special needs child..."
How many special needs children are adopted? For that matter, the OP didn't explore any option for adoption. Instead she lamented the amount of money it cost out of pocket to have her very own, biologically connected baby.
And yet, even after producing the next Einstein, she still seems unhappy. Go figure.