Roe v. Wade for Men...
This is from the BBC....obviously a very important court case in the US.
Matt Dubay, the man at the centre of the case, said he did not expect the court to rule in his favour.
"What I expect to hear is that the way things are is not really fair, but that's the way it is," he told the Associated Press news agency.
"Just to create awareness would be enough to at least get a debate started."
Mr Dubay says that his former girlfriend became pregnant with his child after assuring him she had a physical condition that prevented her from conceiving.
He says she went on have the baby, despite knowing that he did not want to have a child with her.
He now wants the court to free him from his obligation to pay $500 (£287) in child support every month.
The National Center for Men is filing a case on behalf of Mr Dubay at a court in the US city of Detroit.
The centre's director, Mel Feit, told the Associated Press news agency: "There's such a spectrum of choice that women have - it's her body, her pregnancy and she has the ultimate right to make decisions.
"I'm trying to find a way for a man also to have some say over decisions that affect his life profoundly," he said.
The centre has dubbed the case "Roe v Wade for men" - after the landmark US Supreme Court ruling that gave women the right to have abortions.