If men could ALSO have babies how different do you think the world would be as we know it today?
Would the population have increased or decreased due to the decisions of who would have the child and why? Do you think men and women would be treated more as equals than now? What do you think the main difference would be?
1. There would have been a lot of babies everywhere
2. Women would have also ditched men and run away after making them pregnant.
3. The 'safety precautions' companies would have been richer than Bill Gates.
If men could also have babies... i dont think there would be a society as we know it. societies were based on the concept we have of "family".. correct or not.. right or wrong. they were based on that. so the whole concept of society would have been absolutely different. in ancient times. women married simply because they needed protection for them and their children.. now imagine that men would need that too... impossible to say how it would affect it
I think if men could have babies they'd have more respect for what women go through when they give birth!
I think there would be more equality. I also think that male politicians would not be suggesting bans on birth control, and that male workers would not be annoyed by maternity leave or time taken off work to care for sick children.
I count my children as the most amazing experiences of my life, but it does take away from other parts of life for 2-3 years of total health and commitment and care. Pre-baby I worked 50-60 hour weeks sometimes, and that is nothing to being on call 24/7!
World eill burst with population and there will not be a difference between man and women. thank god it has not happened.
I think when men can give birth as much as we do, the probability of birth control will be high and Yes, men and women will treat each other as equals.
The world would be a better place because both men and women would understand each other better and tend to want to stay together more and EMPATHIZE with one another. They would be more equal, because the men that stay home to raise their babies would be supported by female breadwinners more often. And decisions about who stays home would be based solely on economics, not male/female dynamics.
If men could have babies, they would probably get pregnant every nine months. Furthermore, there would be more understanding between them and their wives.
More equality, more sympathy for women issues. It would be less likely for girls to develop "daddy issues," since most men would be more involved in their kids lives..especially their daughters.
If both men and women could have babies I feel the population of the world would come down drastically within a decade because both men and women would be spending more time fighting who should have the next baby than actually producing one.
by Heather Jacobs 16 months ago
How many children would the average woman have in her lifetime if she did not use birth control?Assuming she was conceiving naturally. What do you think?
by Jackie Lynnley 2 months ago
I read this was true and I just have to know if it is, please! Please provide links to prove what you say. Surely we are not going to be aborting babies ready to come into the world fully developed and healthy?
by Genna East 2 years ago
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by Vince 2 years ago
Men and women have the same feelings, Why do we experience them so differently at times?
by Rodric Anthony Johnson 6 years ago
If men could have babies, what do you think the world population would look like?Now that it may be possible to place a baby in a man in the near future, let's consider it.
by LailaK 7 years ago
The 2012 presidential election is approaching! Do you think that the new presidential candidates should support or ban abortion for women of all ages? Why?
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