If you didn’t bleed through every pair of pants you had in 7th grade, you can’t write laws about reproductive rights. Period (pun intended). If you don’t have a uterus, you can’t decide what happens to other people’s uteri. Sorry, not sorry. If you’re a man, you can’t have an opinion about abortion.
Except, of course, the seven men who decided for Roe in Roe v. Wade. They could totally have an opinion. In fact, any man can have an opinion about abortion as long as it matches my opinion, which is that abortion should be legal until and shortly after birth.
But I digress. If you haven’t given a tampon to a stranger in a public bathroom, you can’t write laws about reproductive rights.
Also, if you have never had cancer, you cannot be a doctor to treat cancer. Period.
Also, if you aren’t a slave, you can’t think that slavery was bad.
Also, if you aren’t a typewriter, you can’t write about things.
It’s really simple people! But no, you horrible men want to act like you control everything–including all the women on Earth. No more! We are not going to let a bunch of men right now tell us what we can and can’t do. We’re going to listen to a bunch of men from 1973 tell us what we can and can’t do!
This is a great video reiterating my point: