This is one of those things where men are going to say, "Hell no it isn't fair!Stupid double standards! " and women are going to say, "Tough shit because EVERYTHING ELSE we put up with isn't fair! You can be stuck with ONE thing!"
Sex has a 100% chance of putting you at RISK for two things: disease and babies. It's something everyone knows going into it. Accidents happen. But there's different levels of murder in court because there are different kinds of murder. Accidental is one of them. Life isn't this black and white you get to choose everything all the time at any stage thing. You CHOOSE to have sex, you CHOOSE the level of protection prior to it, and you CHOOSE the way you ejaculate (most of the time.. I know, there's horror stories of women doing crazy things.. I get it) in the areas you choose. Sex does not have to be vaginal.
Seriously, what other options are there for this? Forced abortion? Forced adoption? There is literally NO way of making this balance out perfectly for both sides. And in a culture where men haven't gotten it right in terms of treating women equally in so many other aspects of life, Yeah, I tend to favor the women in this issue. There's another life at stake.
I know what everyone is saying, "Oh but Kyu, its just a matter of the pay! We don't want to pay!" Don't worry, most dudes don't. You're not REALLY forced to pay. You do to avoid consequences for not. Like sudden garnishing of your wages. Or losing your job because your employer isn't putting up with that drama. There are girls forced to pay for that kid they probably didn't plan on paying for either. And parents who contribute that they weren't expecting to help with. Nothing is free. If you don't pay for that kid with hard earned money, you pay for it with tax dollars later on when you're sending that kid to jail because it grew up in a shitty neighborhood, or to keep maintaining the abortion clinics everyone's trying to shut down.
There's still no such thing as forced parenting. You are never forced to be a parent. You are forced to help pay for the baby, but I've never known money to be the deciding factor in parenthood. You can avoid paying entirely if you're that rebellious about and face social stigma, and potential jail time (but everyone knows that really never happens.. it costs more to chase down the donor than it does to just raise the kid without the money).. OR you can pay up because you chose that crazy scenario/position/chick/protection level, or you can step up and become a parent. There's still quite a few options for the dudes out there. And none of those options involves forcing another human being to potential terminate something they feel to be a living human. Or sending that human to an overcrowded, under nourished government system of shitty foster homes and instability.