"I am a man, a husband, a father, and a grandfather. As a husband who loves his wife dearly and supports her aspirations, I think it's paternalistic for people to attempt to make decisions regarding her health. My wife and partner is a businesswoman, a mom, a friend, and highly intelligent. Who has any business making personal decisions for her? I don't think anyone does. I support this administration's hard work on behalf of women and pledge to do all that I can to fight this archaic, stereotypical behavior that is being thrust upon us by individuals who want to take us back in time. We must and we can do better than that."
—Seta, New York