So I was wondering...
Say for the sake of argument that there is a Constitutionally guaranteed right to an abortion. Who has this right? Women? Men? Both? I doubt most people would say both, and I don't think anyone would say men exclusively. Basically, the idea is, abortion has to be a woman's right, right?
So if abortion is a Constitutionally guaranteed right, and it is a right which inheres in women, does that mean that the Constitution guarantees women more rights than men?
And wouldn't that be a clear violation of the Constitutional guarantee of Equal Protection?
I'm just really curious, so any thoughts would be appreciated.
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