Throughout human history, health has always been a topic of interest. When it comes to one's health, one always wants the best care one can get. But, why is it when it comes to health, politicians and people with little medical experience are experts on women's health? Why does a room full of men have any say of what a woman can do with her body?
As a male, I really feel I don't have any say over what anyone, male, female or whatever someone identifies as does with their body and their life. As a male, I don't feel that I have a say in the argument over if a woman should have an abortion or not. It's not my place. It is not my place to tell a woman what she can and can't do with her body, or anyone for that matter. An individual can police themselves. When an abortion is performed, most doctors won't perform it past the first trimester. Until then, the fetus is a clump of cells surviving off of a host. Sex is natural for everyone to participate in if they so choose. Some do it for fun, and accidents happen. If one can't support the child or doesn't want the child, why does it matter to you if they don't keep it?
We live in a society where when a woman wants to have a hysterectomy before the age of 35, it is almost always disregarded and not done unless it causes immediate life-threatening issues. As opposed to a male being able to get a vasectomy at 18, as long as the doctor feels he is mature enough to understand what he is doing. Each person understands what they are doing, but as a society, if a woman does not want to have kids, she is told "Oh, you will find a husband someday who will," or "You might want kids of your own someday."
As a male, I don't really feel that men without any medical knowledge should have a say over what birth control a women uses or doesn't use. Because, once again, only medical professionals and women know what is best for their body. Not a biased dude who thinks an imaginary man in the sky (who is supposed to be loving and forgiving) will be angry because a woman is taking a medication that a side effect is that it works as a birth control.
If one does not have a medical license, isn't a woman or bases their argument over what an imaginary man in the sky will hypothetically do, their argument on women's health in null and void. That's a pretty loving "God" if one is sent to "Hell" for birth control, or an abortion or advocating for women's health. Personally, I really don't care what anyone does with their body. Their body, their choice. Maybe instead of being concerned with what women do with their body, you should fight the (hard) drug problem.
If you are so "Pro-Life" why aren't you helping fight the opioid epidemic? Every day, 115+ people die from an overdose. Are you Pro-life for them too? Do their lives matter? Or does it not fit your agenda, and so you ignore it? If you want to worry about someone else does with their body, maybe you should be concerned about the opioid crisis.
"If you're so pro-life, do me a favor: don't lock arms and block medical clinics. If you're so pro-life, lock arms and block cemeteries."- Bill Hicks