Yes, that’s right. Prohibiting unequal treatment due to gender would be against families and be pro-choice. Fran Eaton says so
This can be seen as nothing less than rubbing the prolife/profamily movement’s face in the fact that Democrat liberals are in control of Illinois and, well, they have to live up to their quid pro quo agreement with the pro-abort, anti-traditional family lobby in Springfield.Mark this day as the day Mike Madigan has shed the pro-life disguise he has been hiding behind for years as he so wittingly convinced gullible pro-life and pro-family lobbyists for years that he’s “one of them.”
The tragedy is that phony disguise has kept Madigan in power for so long. I, for one, am weary of having our noses disgracefully rubbed in the fact that we strive to defeat the ERA in order to protect innocent life, defend traditional families and hold on to the greatness of a constitution that already treats the sexes equally.
And has anyone pointed out to Mr. Madigan that someday he may have to explain to one of his daughter Lisa’s little ones that == thanks to Grandpa and the maneuvers he pulled while Speaker of the Illinois House in 2008 — that when they turn 18, those little girls will be required to register for the draft?
The obvious question being why shouldn’t women have to register for the draft if men do?
The radical danger to families:
Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
Section 3. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date of ratification.
You have to be batshit paranoid insane to believe the above is a bad idea