Pro-life Women Disinvited From D.C. Women’s March

The day after Trump’s inauguration, hundreds of thousands of women descended upon D.C. for the Women’s March on Washington, an anti-Trump rally focused on women’s rights.

The March was criticized by some for disinviting a pro-life group from cosponsorship, perhaps sending a message that conservative women would not be welcome to participate.

Campus Reform attended the March to find out why protesters were attending, as well as to ask their thoughts on the compatibility of pro-life ideologies with feminism.

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After speaking with over 50 participants, the overall consensus was that Trump threatened women’s “reproductive rights”—i.e. abortion—and talks about women in a way that encourages “rape cult…

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