Speier suggests ’we should start regulating men and their reproductive health’

Speier suggests ’we should start regulating men and their reproductive health’

California Rep. Jackie Speier said Tuesday that women are being portrayed as property in states that have passed legislation restricting abortions. ’The government has no right in my uterus, has no right in my vagina’, Speier said. Speier argued, ’if we are going to start regulating women and their reproductive health, well maybe we should start regulating men and their reproductive health’.

KCooper
KCooper
Anon BH
Anon BH 1 year

Weren't at least one of these laws passed by women though??? Do they forget conservative women exist? Also, who is treating them like cattle? How?

Ivan Ivanovich Ivanovski
Ivan Ivanovich Ivanovski 1 year

What the hell is a chattel?

Lover
Lover 1 year

Maybe these women who are afraid of being treated like chattel should work to act less like chattel, chattel of the abortion industry.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 1 year

Nobody is regulating women's reproductive health! What is being done is the protection of life!

MEIJIN44
MEIJIN44 1 year

They do already. A man has no say in abortions. And if he has a child he doesn't want he is a financial slave for 18 years. It can happen even if you aren't the father. Ladies and gentlemen this is an argument they don't want. 18 years vs 9 months is not an argument you can logically have with a straight face. I also believe that if the kid goes to college or something like that in some states it is 24 or 25 years. It is all fun and games until someone brings up financial abdication for Father's of unwanted children. I mean it's all free love until the check comes.

Booble Plus
Booble Plus 1 year

How about the US government forcibly repeals the 19th you sow.

Top in Politics
Get the App