Megan Markle says men should be “louder” after SCOTUS Roe v. Wade’s decision and describes Prince Harry’s reaction to the news as “guttural” in a Vogue interview with Gloria Stein
- The Duchess of Sussex and Gloria Steinem spoke with writer Jessica Elin about their reaction to the Supreme Court ruling on Friday
- The 88-year-old Steinem told how she had an abortion in London, and thanked the doctor for giving her the opportunity to live and realize her potential.
- Markle, 40, said it was time to “direct that fear to action” and urged men and women to vote in the midterm elections in November.
Megan Markle urged men to show louder anger over the repeal of “Roe vs. Wade” as she showed that Prince HarryThe response to Friday’s news was “laryngeal.”
The The Duchess of Sussex40, talked to Vogue magazine in a conversation with writer and activist Gloria Steinem, 88, and journalist Jessica Elin.
The day after the ruling Friday, Steinem said she welcomes women traveling to New York for an abortion to her own home in Manhattan.
She said her husband was a feminist and he reacted angrily to the Supreme Court decision.
Markle said all men should join women in the fight to protect abortion rights.
“Men need to be rumored at this point and beyond because it’s decisions that affect relationships, families and society at large,” she said.
“They can target women, but the effects affect us all.
“My husband and I have talked a lot about it over the last few days. He is also a feminist. “
The Duchess of Sussex and Gloria Steinem are performing in the California Garden in 2020. This week, the couple told Vogue about the cancellation of “Rowe vs. Wade.”
Steinem, whom Markle turned to in 2020 when the Duchess realized she was hiding during a pandemic near their home in California, said she could confirm that Harry was very interested in women’s rights.
She called the couple a “chosen family.”
“His reaction last week was as laryngeal as it was mine,” Markle said.
“I know that many women now have a sense of despair. But again, we need to unite and not fall apart. We have to do the work. ”
Steinem told the story of her own abortion, performed in London, which she said allowed her to live the life she chose.
The Ohio native moved to New York in 1960, and in 1971 launched Ms. Magazine, the first edition owned and run by women.
She has been at the forefront of women’s rights for over 50 years, and when asked what she could help, said The New York Post on Saturday: “Everything from a little effort to say, ‘I have a guest room, if you need to come to New York, you can stay here.’ Which, of course, is limited, since it’s only one room.
“But at least that’s what I can offer.”
Steinem told Vogue that Megan and Harry’s remarks about the issue were vital.
“It’s very, very, very important,” she said.
“Because they both have confidence. We trust them, and nothing but nothing replaces trust. This is the most important quality or attribute. We can see things on TV and not believe them or not believe them.
“But when people like these two tell us, we trust.”
A native of Los Angeles, Markle said now is the time that “requires unity”.
She said that one needs to “really listen to people, understand that the Constitution was written at a time when women were second-class citizens”.
She added: “I think it applies equally to honoring people who did work long before us as Gloria.
“I am grateful to be holding the baton next to her and that we will continue this work together.”