Anti-choice websites now promote male “abortion regret” stories—which are mostly an exercise in encouraging men to try to control women’s bodies, even with bullying.
Because they are not involved, because it is not about them, for many reasons, I am sure there are many men who do not know how they should feel about a partner’s abortion. But that doesn’t mean there is a post-abortion syndrome for men.
What happens when men are encouraged to speak their minds about abortion? Many abortion providers realize that men’s voices are valuable — contrary to the suggestions made in the recent rash of claims that “men are victims of abortion too.”