The Huffington Post’s Carla Naumberg writes about why she believes men should have a say in reproductive policy. Given that Carla describes herself as “unabashedly pro-choice” I’m sure there’s much she and I disagree on, but I thought she was spot on here:
Most men, however, are not rapists and do not support rape. Most men are sons and brothers and fathers and friends; not only do they love the women in their lives, but they would go to great lengths to protect them. Their daily lives and very existence are deeply and inextricably intertwined with women around them. Including the men whose values don’t align with mine.
These men deserve a place at the table, if not a veto, then at least a vote.
It’s nice to see someone from the pro-choice side agree that men should have a say, something I’ve touched on before.