He has only criticized my post. He has not stated his opinion on your position.
I don't really care what Hawkeye's positions are, and don't tend to follow them too closely because they seem to contain a lot of unstated misogyny that I wouldn't subscribe to.
But my own positions on the things he's brought up here are:
No parental consent for abortion: agreed, but possibly with the caveat that they should undergo a process of emancipation to gain this right
No parental notification for abortion: disagree, I can imagine a lot of very bad things happening because of this but the parents at least have a right to know as they can't be expected to perform their responsibilities as a parent without even being notified when their children are having abortions.
Age of consent: People often mean different things when they talk about this, so I'm going to be very specific. I think that if the age of consent involves parental consent it should be at most 16. This means, that if parents and the child both consent to a 16-year old having a sexual relationship it should be legal. But I think there should be an age discordance limit for minors to prevent them from sexual predation where adults abuse their position of authority or the discordance in maturity for sexual gratification. So in my societal ideal, statutory rape should require significant chronological discordance to be illegal. A 18-year-old having sex with his 17-year-and-364-day-old girlfriend should never be considered "rape" but I'm willing to consider it illegal without minor emancipation. The age of consent itself is something I think should have a minimum age of around 16 but require parental consent
I can think of cases where the teenager may deserve the right without the parental consent and it's once again a situation where I think they should have to emancipate themselves to gain both the responsibility and the rights at the same time in cases where they are at odds with the parents, the parents' responsibilities and the parents' rights.
But all that being said, in the US political system I think this is the perfect kind of law to be dealt with at the state level, allowing for less rigidity in the application of what's essentially a very culturally relative law.
And along these lines you'll hear me come down in favor of emancipation a lot when there is a conflict between the rights of the parent and the rights of the child. With the power should come responsibility and minor emancipation is a good legal instrument to use to resolve these things and it should be overhauled to become more commonly granted and for more reasons than it currently is.