Are you seriously making the argument that a decision to have sex means that society can blithely tell a person "Sorry - you should have thought of that before having sex"?
Yes. Well put. If you knock a woman up and don't agree with her decision to keep the baby, "you should have thought of that before having sex." If you don't wrap it up and get an STD, "you should have thought of that before having sex." If she now thinks she's your girlfriend and won't leave you alone, "you should have thought of that before having sex."
Once again, gender is immaterial - if you're willing to say that people who have sex should stand by their decision to risk pregnancy then you're going to annoy a large number of people.
Again, yes. I'm willing to say that people who have sex should stand by their decision to risk pregnancy. People who sky dive make the decision to risk going splat.
The only way your argument can work is if you bring gender into it...
We're talking about pregnancy. How can you not bring gender into it? Men have very low pregnancy rates. When a man and a woman have a baby, the woman bears most of the wear and tear up to and including birth. You can scream that gender is a social construct all you want, but the gear you're born with makes all the difference about whether or not you're eligible for pregnancy.
I don't know how you can seriously suggest that.
...try making whatever argument you think you're making without referring to the gender of the parent-to-be.
That would be nonsensical. Only an idiot would ignore gender when discussing abortions. The rate of men getting abortions is pretty minimal. The decision on whether to abort a pregnancy ultimately lies with the pregnant person. That's the woman. Are you suggesting that these situations are gender neutral? They're not.
The minute you toss out gender considerations the arguments for/against forced parenthood fall apart.
You keep saying "forced parenthood". WTF is "forced parenthood"? A case of rape, yeah. What else? Divine conception?