I support women’s reproductive rights because a woman should be able to make her own decisions. Women should not have to fight for their own bodies. Men should be brave enough to fight for equal rights, and we need to add add their voices to this effort. #ThisIsWhy

Ted Mason

It’s not enough to be pro-choice on election day. Not when women’s reproductive rights are under attack in this country every single day. To make a difference in the fight for gender equity, men need to understand: talk is not enough. Empathy is not enough. We need to do the work. #ThisIsWhy I am a member of Men4Choice.

Ryan Farrell

Reproductive rights are a human rights issue.  For too long, men have made decisions about women’s bodies, lives, and futures.  Having men beside us as allies in this fight is crucial.  This is why I support Men4Choice.  #ThisIsWhy

Trish Rich

When women succeed, this country succeeds. I have 4 nieces, a mom, and sisters. I love and trust them to do what’s right for them. Men shouldn’t tell women what to do with their bodies, they should stand with them and advocate for their freedom. #ThisIsWhy

Omari Prince

The right to control one’s body and the ability to access reproductive health options are currently being legislated by those who seek to heavily restrict both, privileged people in power who are overwhelmingly male. So I believe it’s imperative that men speak and act up more in support of expanding abortion access and also acknowledge that abortion has greatly benefited them personally as well. Reproductive choice isn’t just an individual necessity but also extremely important for a healthy society, of which men need to be equally responsible for sustaining. #ThisIsWhy

Diana Parker

In a country and society that historically and contemporarily has extended overwhelmingly more opportunities, choices, and privileges to cis caucasian males, change and progress on any front cannot be accomplished without support from male populations. In the United States, caucasian women achieved the right to vote nationally in 1920. Black, brown, Native American, and additional minority groups had to wait until the 1960s with the implementation of the Voting Rights Act to claim and exercise any ‘right’ to vote. Our US Congress is still 80% male and the vast majority of individuals in roles to fiscally, politically, and legally impact social change are male. The education, involvement, and loud support of male populations is critical for reproductive rights to advance forward, both for the sake of the United States’ population and also our humanitarian presence in the world. #ThisIsWhy

Marie Kahn