Abortion Doesn't Empower Women. Someone Tell the #Lysistrata2018 Crowd

President Donald Trump is set to announce his Supreme Court nominee on Monday, and people on the left are in a tizzy over the fact that the nominee will be conservative, raising the possibility that Roe v. Wade could soon be overturned.

One of the more puzzling reactions is the #Lysistrata2018 movement to oppose a pro-life justice. As Yahoo News reported, the movement is “named after Aristophanes’s ancient Greek comedy Lysistrata, in which women refuse to sleep with their warring husbands until they agree to a truce.”

Liberal gals may feel they’re setting high standards for potential male companions. But sadly, they’re playing right into the hands of a system that hurts women.

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