"We must address women’s rights in a way that acknowledges the full impact of access to reproductive healthcare on every facet of a woman’s life."
Very few males give a damn about this issue. And those that address it typically dismiss this matter (and most matters that are of vital concern to women) as mere "identity politics."
However, when the subject is guns, the military's endless acts of aggression, or any other phallic expressions of dominance, then women are expected to identify with the broad characterizations framed under that same normative WE banner.
Very few men have the cajones to look honestly at just how prejudicial--as in sexist--everything is spanning from language frames, to pay scales, to suppositions, to collective priorities along with the policies that ensue from them.
Until the WE that represents women's interests is taken seriously by ALL (or most) males, I will object to the disingenuous frame that turns all citizens into soldiers whose primary task is to kill others of foreign birth.