After Roe falls, there is nothing stopping GOP house/senate and president from passing a federal abortion ban (apart from Roe, since the fall of Roe wouldn't ban abortion, just leave it up to the states), in which case doctors in blue states won't be able to legally perform abortions.
I'd rather pay for other people's abortions than other people's babies - that's for sure. It's fiscally responsible.
Men disproportionately support abortion bans because men are disproportionately likely to be conservative, which tends to go hand in hand with support of abortion bans. It's not a logical or self-interested stance.
Those of us in blue states will be fine. Those women in red states will be out of luck, but then they did vote for this, so I feel they'll get what they deserve.
Part of me agrees, but part of me wouldn't want any woman who doesn't want a child to be effectively forced to carry to term, or roll the dice with a backalley abortionist.
No one will be forced to carry to term. There is always unsafe, illegal abortion or suicide available for the 30-70% of women in red states that didn't vote for this. The gender gap is huge. Even in red states, women are pretty split down the middle, if not still D-leaning. https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/th ... -breaking/
I live in a purple state, and I vote D, but I have no problem with committing suicide, lol. I used to plan it out in detail. Now I don't, but I always make sure I know how to do it. *shrug*