It's almost as bad as "mansplaining."
According to a recent national survey conducted by the non-partisan PerryUndem, roughly 52 percent of men said they do not believe that they have personally benefitted from women having access to affordable health care.
Women on Twitter remained utterly dumbfounded by this stunning statistic, and they didn't hesitate to vocalize their thoughts.
100% of women wonder why this question was asked.— Feminazgûl (@jkyles10) March 23, 2017
suddenly I can only acknowledge 48% of men from now on https://t.co/6v31v8pu1E— Kailee Heller (@kaileeheller) March 23, 2017
Well clearly 52% of men's mothers should've been using birth control https://t.co/HCP2IX9scs— Cody Burke🌈 (@CodyWKBurke) March 23, 2017
Dear women,— (((Alex))) (@Wonko_the_sane_) March 23, 2017
The not insane 48% https://t.co/TKMpWcTYW5
At least there's people like Alex.
52% generally, but 99% of the men in this room. pic.twitter.com/H6O5x3FMi3— dvora koelling (@dvorakoelling) March 23, 2017
Another particularly relevant statistic included in the study: One in three women between the ages of 18 and 44 reported that they would not be able to pay more than $10 for birth control if they had to buy it today.