The war on women: Nothing has changed

March 05, 2012

Commentator Jessica Valenti suggests that throughout history men have wanted to control women ("A war on women," Feb. 29). After following the Republican primaries recently, I tend to agree.

I'm pro-life and anti-abortion but smart enough and anti-government enough to want law enforcement out of the situation. One would think those Republicans who clamor for less government would concur.

I fail to understand why anyone — male or female — would oppose birth control. As much as our culture likes to believe we're all unisex and our differences have been erased, the reality is that nothing has changed.

Rosalind Ellis, Baltimore

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