If the parents do not think they are fit to care for their children they can give them up for adoption... without going to jail or facing legal repercussions.Please explain how adoption is a legal option after it is a "child".
But that is not fulfilling the "obligation to the child". They legally can just give it up. If the purpose of the law was to enforce the supposed "obligation" then they wouldn't have this option.I don't need to acknowledge anything of the sort. I see no connection between those two options. If both parents wish to pt it up for adoption because they don't feel they can raise it properly then they are doing what they think it best. I am not very familiar with adoption laws. I would thin they should be such that if either parent wants to keep it the other should support it. Male or female.
What pressure does it put on the woman? It isn't "putting on pressure" to say that she can't take someone's money.It simply puts more pressure on the woman and deprives the child.
The child can already be legally deprived through adoption or abortion, so that argument is nil (unless you choose to say we should outlaw these practices as well).