[VIDEO] Male students say they support abortion for casual sex

Oliver Darcy
Former Reporter

Several male students at the University of Colorado – Boulder said they support keeping abortion legal in order to increase their chances at having casual sex.

In the video, posted on YouTube Monday, conservative pundit Caleb Bonham asked students if they support “bro-choice.”

“A bro-choice is where I am pro-choice because I am a man and if women don’t have access to abortion on demand then I won’t get laid as often,” explained Bonham in the video.

“That is a true fact,” one student said.

“Bro-choice is the right choice because if you want to get laid you best go with the bro-choice,” chimed in another.

WATCH: Students say they support abortion to increase odds at casual sex

Bonham also asked a female student if she would consider having sex with someone who is pro-life.

“Would you sleep with me if I was pro-life?” he asked.

“No,” the female student replied.

Bonham told Campus Reform in a statement on Monday afternoon that he filmed the video to see if students would “object to the notion that men should support abortion because it allows for care-free casual sex.”

“Essentially, my video reveals a rarely discussed but prevalent self-centered mindset among the college aged pro-choice crowd,” said Bonham. “One that views abortion as a means to ensure materialistic responsibility-free sex.”

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Oliver Darcy

Oliver Darcy

Former Reporter
Oliver Darcy is the former editor of digital media for Campus Reform, where he was tasked with reporting on waste, fraud, and abuse taking place on our nation's college campuses. Additionally, he was responsible for editing the website’s video content and graphic design. Prior to joining the Leadership Institute, Oliver founded ExposingLeftists.com, a video driven website dedicated to exposing the inherent failures found at the core of liberal philosophies. He is currently Oliver holds his bachelors of arts degree in political science, with an emphasis in both International Relations and American Politics, from the University of California at Merced.
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