and this is news to who?
a woman gets pregnant and wonders how her child will be taken care of? isn't that her responsibility, just like my child's care is mine? get pregnant and it all gets real, it's not about parties and career and yourself anymore. that's how a child gets taken care of, by his/her mother/family accepting responsibility. just like the old timers you complain of, having taken responsibility for their own children and their own lives in times before welfare was a widely accepted lifestyle and money was a lot more scarce. if you can't care for a child then either use birthcontrol (there are programs to help with cost available, i have used them, you just have to actually look for them), or abstain from the act of procreation. not all unwanted pregnancies come from rape, so lets not start that knee jerk reaction, keep it real.
a hospital visitor tried to claim a live chicken as a service animal at cmmc a few years ago. hospital policy is pretty clear on what does and does not constitute a service animal, but people have tried to claim snakes, chinchillas, and rats were service animals (none of which were on leashes or in cages).