Both. A couple should talk about birth control before they decide to have sex. So much about the ideal.
Realistically... as the consequences of an unwanted pregnancy are more severe impact on the womans life, I would expect that most women would be more careful than most men. A man could have a child with a totally unknown stranger after a drunk night at the discotheque and not even know about it. A woman would have to deal with the result.
Both. For MANY different reasons I can name Reasons why the woman should 1. It's her body, if she get's pregnant she's the one having to carry the baby 2. STDS! HIVS 3. Wouldn't it just make sense? It's her body?? 4. If she get's pregnant it's her fault and his
Reasons why the man should 1. STDS 2. His sperm, not hers 3. Also his body, if he gets her pregnant, his child too! Her fault too though
Its both. However I do believe depending on who has more control in the relationship they should be held more responsible. If the girls the controlling one and she gets pregnant, its her fault. If the guy is more in control and he was to in the moment to give a damn its more his fault. It can go either way. Although ultimatly pregnancy is both persons faults due two the fact it takes two people
Ok so, yeah, the "PC" answer is to say both, but realistically it's 100% the woman's responsibility to either be on birth control pills or to force the guy to wear a condom. If he refuses then you say NO, it's that simple. I have seen so many girls/women forced to raise kids on their own because their loser "boyfriends/sex-partners" refused to step up and be a man and chose to bail instead.
Both should be responsible whether its condoms, STDs, birth control pills and many other forms of protection. Not just the girl because she will get pregnant...
Both should have an equal amount of responsibility, because, even though the man cannot get pregnant he CAN get STDs (which of course the woman can also get).
Of course both. Sex isn't just one person, it's between two people. Both should be responsible for making sure they are safe.
Both. If you really really don't want to get pregnant couples should be using more than one method of birth control anyway.