Feminists have been telling men to keep out of the abortion debate for decades. Female body parts, the activists say, give them the sole right to address the issue.
“Stand down if you don’t have ovaries,” a Florida state representative told her male colleagues in 2010 as lawmakers debated a bill requiring ultrasound examinations before abortions.
But talk like that is at odds with recent history, contends Brian Fisher in his recent book “Abortion: The Ultimate Exploitation of Women.”
Abortion is “more about men and their agendas than it is about women and their agendas,” asserts Fisher, co-founder and president of Online for Life, which uses Internet technology to protect women and children from abortion.