A little tongue in cheek, but also a serious point that feminists need to address. Why are so many men resisting adulthood, resisting fatherhood, resisting paternity? Could it be that somebody (or something) has stripped men of all responsibility for human reproduction?
"It's my body, it's my choice." Feminists need to think, and think seriously, about what this rhetoric (what this law!) has done to fatherhood. Prior to Roe v. Wade, pregnancy was a biological event. A man impregnates a woman. Thus a man fathers a baby. He is responsible! And he knew it.
With Roe v. Wade, however, what do we now say? Pregnancy is a choice! And who makes that choice? Mom makes the choice. She decides if she is pregnant or not pregnant. She decides if she will be a mother. And she decides if the father shall be a father. All the power is given to her. Autonomy = self-rule. Does the father have any legal say? He does not. The decision does not concern him. He is relegated to footnote 67.
Thus every pregnancy is now a woman's choice. And the man has no choice. Father: "You decided you wanted to be a mother. This has nothing to do with me." And so father opts out. And we have tens of millions of single moms, and tens of millions of aborting moms. And irresponsible men (in shorts!) are that way because the Supreme Court wanted to empower women and give them full control. So, yes, you feminists should bemoan the men in shorts.
Where did all the adult men go? You shot at patriarchy and killed fatherhood.