Pro-abortion protesters descended on the Supreme Court in the wake of a draft opinion leak suggesting that the court will overturn Roe v. Wade.
Constant chants demanding that men stay out of the abortion debate and that a woman's right to choose is hers alone raise the simple question: "What is a woman?"
The Washington Examiner sent reporters to ask pro-abortion protesters outside the Supreme Court to define "woman," and most had a difficult time.
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The vast majority were categorical in their objection to a man's involvement in the abortion discussion.
"Literally none," one protester said vehemently. "They don't get to decide what women and people with uteruses do with their body."
Seconds after claiming men have no part to play in the debate, the protester went silent when asked to define a woman.
"I don't really see how that's a relevant question," she said.
"I'm not gonna answer that," another said.
"I think I want to abort this interview," one protester commented.
Abortion does not involve men, according to a young person who identified as a woman.
"Why is it their issue? Why is it their problem? How does it involve them?" she asked.
When asked what defines a woman and who can speak on the issue, she took some time to think it over.
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"This issue, like, isn't even based on women," she said. "It's anyone with a uterus, anyone who can have a child. If you identify as a woman, like, you can have the right to speak on this matter."
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