Why The Pro-life Movement Needs More Men

Samuel Sey

Preborn babies wouldn’t have life without men’s role in reproduction, and preborn babies won’t have the right to life without men’s role in the pro-life movement.

Men play an essential role in producing babies, therefore we must play an essential role in protecting babies.

But too many of us have accepted the narrative that our voices aren’t valid or valuable on abortion. And in our silence, our laws shout that a vulnerable preborn baby’s life isn’t valid or valuable either.

There are devastating costs to our silence — the cost of almost 60 million aborted babies since Roe v. Wade was handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1973. And while we cannot buy back time, while we cannot buy back decades of our silence and inaction, we can speak up today and prevent another 60 million murders over the next 50 years.

After all, men aren’t really silent on abortion. The most outspoken men on abortion are men who advocate for abortion — men who manipulate and pressure women into getting abortions. A survey by the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons discovered that nearly 75% of women in post-abortive counseling were pressured into getting abortions. And they received much of the pressure from their boyfriends, husbands, fathers — men. I know that too well.

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