I'm sorry for making an assumption about you. I didn't know that, and I made a poor judgement-call on your situation. I still stand by what I said, however. If a child isn't wanted, I can't support the idea that the parent should give birth to it, and I can't even think why that father should be involved. I don't believe that he has an inherent emotional connection, especially if he isn't informed. This isn't a fantasy where he gets a vision and sees, with absolute love, a "child" (which will really be a clump of pre-foetal matter or a very undeveloped foetus in the early stages). If he knows, he'll have chosen to feel protective over it. That's his right. It's not his right to have a decision on another person's body.