Because I’m not pro-abortion or pro-choice and I agree with columns like this one:
There may be prejudicial and discriminatory causes for income disparities still, but by now, if a woman of equal ability lags behind a male colleague on the earning-and accomplishment-ladder, chances are she has chosen to sideline her career or education for romantic or some other personal reason at least once.
You’d have a hard time convincing me that outright discrimination exists when it comes to paying men and women. And likewise, I think try as many old-school feminists might to either eradicate this inclination and/or ensure men have precisely the same inclination at least 50 per cent of the time, women want to be mothers, which puts a damper on raging full steam ahead in any job, to be sure. If it doesn’t, it should, and likely for both mothers and fathers.
Bottom line: Men and women are different. And what’s so wrong with that?by