Some of Ron Paul's otherwise socially liberal followers are an example of men who have turned their backs on reproductive rights.
In state after state, the misogynistic mandates by Republicans enforcing religious edicts against women are inflaming men and women alike.
The Republican war on women has awoken a sleeping giant and she is furious, driven, educated, and will remove these male supremacists from power.
The Republican presidential candidates are all allied with the Republicans in Congress and have signaled that if elected, they will continue the war on women.
Republicans have assailed President Obama for allegedly waging a war on religion, but it is Republicans who are waging a religious war against women.
Virginia state Senator, Janet Howell struck a blow for gender equality with her amendment requiring men to undergo a rectal exam before getting a prescription for erectile dysfunction pills.
There is an attack on liberty in America from the corporate world, but there is a not-so-covert attack on women that is quietly steering America toward a theocracy. For example, a State Constitutional amendment on the Colorado ballot intends on extending personhood to a fetus and a fertilized ovary.
No, I kid, I kid. The Republicans have come a long way. Sure, according to Rachel Maddow, “…the Republican Party is, without actually talking about it, this year, nominating a group of candidates for top of the ticket races that are more extreme on the issue of abortion than any other slate of top-of-the-ticket candidates in any year.”