Yes, I winced when I saw the Alabama abortion bill “signed into law” by their governor (a female, BTW). Much was made of the fact that the Alabama State Senators who voted for it were all, well, men (white men, no less)
And Democratic politicians made the most of it:
But…well, that bill, then known as HB314 had to pass the Alabama House where, yes, it got female votes (all the female R’s voted for it..though I only counted 4 of 74).
And again, a female governor signed it into law.
As far as the issue itself, “pro choice” vs. “pro life” is really pretty evenly split among men and women.
So your split is mostly about: educational level, income level, D vs. R, and religion. It really is NOT male vs. female.
But in liberal circles, it is fashionable to go after those white men…unless you want to be “one of the good ones” (aka “ally of women”, which I presume means “ally of women who think like her.”)
Now some know these statistics and dismiss it as a matter of women “internalizing the misogyny of the patriarchy”; that is, men are capable of coming to different views on their own accord, but if women were really free, they’d think just like the “woke women.” It is almost as if feminists of this type view men as volitional but not women! And yes, this attitude DOES turn some women off, including some who despise Trump and people like him.
But what the heck, I suppose it is all too human to think “if you were informed, logical and moral, you’d think just like I do.”
BTW, yes, I am pro-choice. No, I don’t have a uterus. And yes, I was told that my opinion would be different if I had a uterus (yes, pro life women have told me that).