There is massive ambiguity. For example, it could mean that men should have the power & choice to do one or more of:How About Choice for Men?
1. Cause the woman to have an abortion.
2. Have an abortion themselves.
3. Ensure that there is no abortion.
4. Give the child away for adoption soon after birth.
5. Avoid any emotional consequences from having a blood-child.
6. Avoid any financial consequences from having a blood-child.
Here is an attempt to identify what different people are trying to achieve with C4M:
1. To enable men to avoid being tricked or trapped into parenthood.
2. To enable men to have post-sex / post-conception options equivalent to women's options.
3. To achieve certain changes in people's behaviour, for the benefit of society rather than necessarily for individual men & women.
4. To enable men to have sex without risk of any of the consequences of becoming a father.
Advocates of Choice for Men note that over 1.5 million American women legally walk away from motherhood every year by either adoption, abortion, or abandonment, and demand that men, like women, be given reproductive options.Hugo Schwyzer:
Every man who ejaculates inside a woman, whether or not contraception is used, is signalling his willingness to become a father. If men are not ready and willing to raise a child conceived through an act of sex, they are morally responsible for refraining from sex...
Comment: I'm just curious, but if I changed the genders around (and altered that first line to reflect that), would you still agree? In other words, do you hold women to this standard as well?