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Women Deserve Men Who Oppose Abortion

Forty-nine years and sixty million preborn lives later, the Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade should be recognized for the moral and …
Ultraviolet
The author should ease up on his "white knight" attitude since it's every bit as misandritist as the tropes he's criticizing. Feminism is the reason the "tropes of the abortion lobby have become commonplace". That, and men like the author who pander to the feminist narrative. "White knights" blame abortion on men the way the author does with the following criticism:

" Predictably, it was …More
The author should ease up on his "white knight" attitude since it's every bit as misandritist as the tropes he's criticizing. Feminism is the reason the "tropes of the abortion lobby have become commonplace". That, and men like the author who pander to the feminist narrative. "White knights" blame abortion on men the way the author does with the following criticism:

" Predictably, it was an all-male Court which gave us Roe..."

There's nothing "predictable" about that. Four out of the five women ever to serve on the US Supreme Court have been pro-abortion.

Sandra Day O'Connor, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Elena Kagan all support abortion. O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court and a supposedly pro-life Republican no less, voted to uphold Roe vs. Wade.

As these women show, support for abortion isn't limited by gender, or religion, or even a single political party. Many men and women both support abortion for the same essential reasion: it frees them from the responsibility of parenthood, contrary to God's plan for humanity.
Scapular
Thanks Herz a challenge for every Catholic worth their salt!