Business Insider Thinks Women Will Quit The Workplace Over Ending Roe v Wade

Sure, there are some women who are obsessed with the ability to have an abortion at the drop of a pin, forgetting about this thing called contraception. And personal responsibility. Having responsible sex. But, how many women consider abortion the Most Important Thing Ever, to the point they will quit their job and move to a state with unfettered abortion? The abortionistas think this will happen

The country’s biggest employers, including Walmart and Amazon, should ‘say goodbye to attracting top female talent’ in abortion ‘trigger law’ states

If the Supreme Court reverses Roe v. Wade in June — considered all but certain since a draft decision was leaked May 2 — major US companies may find themselves facing shock waves inside their organizations. But most companies appear unprepared for what’s to come.

Insider has identified the companies that would face the most immediate impact: those with the largest workforces in states with “trigger laws,” where abortion bans would automatically take effect if the court strikes down Roe. Thousands of their employees may soon be facing unintended pregnancies without access to abortion care. Over two-thirds of Americans want to uphold Roe v. Wade, and the majority support women having access to legal abortion for any reason, per a recent Wall Street Journal poll.

Walmart, McDonald’s, Amazon, the Department of Defense, and Roark Capital Group, a private-equity firm that owns Arby’s, Dunkin’, and the Cheesecake Factory, top the list, as they are among the largest employers in all 13 trigger-law states.

Workers at major brands including Kroger, UPS, Lowe’s, Tyson Foods, Marriott, and Dollar General would also be heavily affected, as each company is a top employer in at least four states with abortions bans that would be triggered by the overturn of Roe. Insider’s analysis was based on proprietary data that identified and ranked the top 25 employers in all 50 states.

So, wait, do they think that women who overly care about being able to get an abortion mostly work at low paying, service jobs? That’s rather sexist, isn’t it?

Employers in states where abortion bans take effect may face higher rates of turnover and absenteeism, research shows. Unplanned births can reduce women’s workforce participation by as much as 25%, and women denied abortions faced higher degrees of unemployment and financial distress, including unpaid debts, evictions, and bankruptcies.

They could have responsible, protected sex, right?

More than 150 economists signed an amicus brief in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case — which the Supreme Court is considering as it decides whether to uphold Roe v. Wade — arguing that “abortion legalization has had a significant impact on women’s wages and educational attainment, with impacts most strongly felt by Black women.”

Are they saying that women, especially black women, are irresponsible?

Concerns about attracting talent are now quietly rippling through the private sector. “For the first time in history, people are thinking beyond doughnuts and benefits,” said Robynn Storey, a headhunter who is CEO of Storeyline Resumes. “Political stances are definitely one of those things.”

So women won’t work for companies in states with abortion restrictions/bans? These moonbats actually think this is the only thing women care about. Anyway, this is a ridiculously long piece, but, here’s an idea: if women who love abortion on demand, who are mostly Democrat voters, are upset when/if the Red state they live in restricts/bans abortion, they should leave, and take their Dem family members with them back to Blue states. Go. Leave. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. And take the rest of you lunatic political beliefs with them.

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6 Responses to “Business Insider Thinks Women Will Quit The Workplace Over Ending Roe v Wade”

  1. Elwood V. Wade says:

    If Mx Teach puts ALL the responsibility for responsible sex on women, then by what authority does he get to dictate the reproductive actions of women?

    Con Men think they have dominion over women, since it’s in the bible or something.

    Does Mx Teach realize that sometimes contraception fails? Then what? Does the impregnator have any responsibility?

    We agree with Mx Teach that irresponsible sex is an issue, but Mx Teach doesn’t seem to understand that very few women get impregnated alone. Usually, there’s a biological, sperm-shooting male involved.

    Again, we propose that all males have their DNA on file so that their spawn can be determined. Wouldn’t that make males a bit more responsible in where and when they shoot their sperms?

    Americans, who overwhelmingly support access to abortion, need to learn that their GOP ‘betters’ and their Catholic Supreme Court know better. We do not live in a Democracy! We elect elites who appoint Supreme Court justices all who make decisions for us.

    Mx Teach wants all women who have sex to move out of his sight! LOL. Why is that?

    An incel (involuntary celibate) is a member of an online subculture of people who define themselves as unable to get a romantic or sexual partner despite desiring one. Discussions in incel forums are often characterized by resentment and hatred, misogyny, misanthropy, self-pity and self-loathing, racism, a sense of entitlement to sex, and the endorsement of violence against women and sexually active people. The SPLC described the subculture as “part of the online male supremacist ecosystem” that is included in their list of hate groups. Incels are mostly male and heterosexual.

    • david7134 says:

      You are a big supporter of the Islams who feel women are dirt and see no problem with rape. If you support them, then you find no issue with their preachings and actions.

      • The Liberal but not libertarian Elwood P. Dowd says:

        porter dave,

        What are you talking about? I have a standard baseline disdain for all religions. Islam is marginally worse than Catholics or Evangelicals. Fundamentalist Islam and its control of women and attacks on LBGTQ individuals is decidedly vile.

        But I do not believe that America should discriminate against Muslims. And Muslims MUST follow US laws.

        By the way, your own DonJon was credibly accused of two rapes and some 20 other sexual assaults. And DonJon claims to be a christian (you and I both know he’s lying).


        • david7134 says:

          No Jeff, you have gone out of your way to defend Islams. You refuse to hear of their various depredations to the point you elevate them among others. Then you go on about Trump despite a total lack of evidence other than people trying to milk a successful man. I would give him all the girls he desired and let him tweet his heart out to get him back and straighten out our country, saving us from the destruction by the demented, corrupt Biden and your fellow Dem communist.

  2. Earle says:

    Wow, projection much?

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      Huh? I’m not the one who feels that women owe me sex. I take full responsibility for my actions.

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