Letter: Not all were welcome in march to support women’s rights

February 2, 2017

Would I have been welcome at the feminist march on Jan. 21? Maybe I would be welcomed since I was not an ardent supporter of Donald Trump. I did not even vote for him until my first 16 choices were eliminated.

I do support equal rights for all women and all men. I would proudly have marched with my daughters who marched that day in Boston and St Paul. Goodness, I even met with and talked to Gloria Steinem at a small group meeting in New York City in 1976.

Then again maybe I would not be welcomed. The pro-life women in Washington, D.C., were told that they were not welcome. I did not understand this as they were not for Trump and they were for women’s rights. I would have needed, however, to carry a sign to show why I support equal rights for all women and all men.

The sign would say: “Women’s rights are a social justice issue. We have lost more than 29 million women in the U.S. since Roe vs. Wade. I support life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for every man and every woman.”

Search Google for “58,586,256 Abortions in America” and tell me who has really lost their rights.

John Freeburger