As part of a series of tweets taking issue with an “anti-choice” article that was published in the New York Times, the abortion cheerleaders at NARAL had this to say about “conservative men”:
Why is it that conservative men continuously force themselves into conversations about women’s bodies, lives, decisions and families? And once they do, why do they assume they have the ability to speak on behalf of women?
— NARAL (@NARAL) February 14, 2018
Anybody want to help them with that?
Perhaps because abortion kills unborn females *and* males and as fellow humans, they speak up for the defenseless? Just a guess, handmaids. https://t.co/ABOx9uxCyJ
— Kimberly Ross (@SouthernKeeks) February 14, 2018
In other words…
So if men agree with you, they're welcome to share their views, but otherwise they need to be silenced. Got it.
— Real long name for a Ronin (@R0NlN) February 14, 2018
That pretty much sounds like what NARAL’s saying:
Well, some of those aborted are male, so who says you get to decide for those babies? More than that, why do you believe you can speak for all women? https://t.co/KBoPOniZ2s
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) February 14, 2018
So did the seven men who voted to make abortion legal in Roe v. Wade not have the ability to speak on behalf of women? At least be consistent.
— Ryan Vano (@RyanJVano) February 14, 2018
I dunno, maybe because 1)In the case of abortion, it also involves another life, which they may have helped create 2)Gender is irrelevant when it comes to objective truth 3)Men have wives, daughters, sisters and mothers and want what's best for them. https://t.co/7F3rsYFUPT
— Chris Antenucci (@chrisantenucci) February 14, 2018
Maybe it’s best to answer a question with a question:
Why do some women think they speak for all women?
— camp3733 (@camp22678) February 14, 2018
Care to answer that one, NARAL?