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Abortion-restriction laws have swept through state legislatures since 2010. All chambers have been Republican-controlled, except in Rhode Island. Women make up less than 25% of all state legislatures, though constitute a majority of the American population. 3-in-10 women will have an abortion by age-45. Good thing men are there, making laws on women's behalf, to restrict rights!
Wow, I really don't understand how you can be so ignorant. Of course, more men are going to be against abortion. They are not the ones who have to take care of and financially support the baby throughout pregnancy and when it's finally born. They can just take off. Duh. If anti-abortion advocates are so concerned about children, why do they by and large ignore supporting the children and single mothers when they are born by opposing social welfare programs?
That is my exact point. That while laws restricting abortions have been passed throughout the nation with greater regularity, the individuals most affected by these laws, women, are not the ones who are deciding them. Sorry if the sarcasm confused you, thank you for the comment nonetheless. The point you bring up about the lack of support for Aid to Dependent Children and other such welfare mechanisms by many of these same actors is astute.