Don't allow men to discuss pregnancy policy
Since no man can conceive, carry and/or birth a child, I say this loud and clear: NO MAN, NOT ONE, has the right to utter one word about a pregnancy. That includes husbands. You cannot speak from experience, and you will never be able to. If all six men on the Supreme Court were banned from voting on the recent opinion, the end result would have been two to one in favor of halting the Texas ruling.
Females have every right to either agree or disagree with a women's right to choose no matter their age or current ability to procreate. They know what is at stake in a pregnancy. Men can only imagine and that is not good enough!
Jacqueline B. Roberts
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