If reducing unwanted pregnancy was a goal of the anti-choice religious movement, they would get out of the way and allow Pro-Choice organizations to do their jobs. Instead, resources are wasted that ought to be used to care for the already-born. Funds would be available to educate every gender regarding the social implications of forced birth or abortion; teaching the responsibility of sex, the circumstances of pregnancy, the complexity of parenting —especially in poverty, and putting an end to violence against women and children. Everyone must share in these responsibilities —not only women.
…if Pro-Choice organizations did not have to spend funding to defend a woman’s legal right to access birth control and safe abortion, funds could be used for the research and development of birth control for men….