I can agree with this statement, but we need to remember biology and mother nature is very unforgiving. As I stated I have observed this with breeding animals (for which humans are), and have looked at the data and blended my view.
As for sexism and racism definitely, anything that crimps the access angle will lead to higher mortality.
But mortality of the mother and child is one factor in how the birth rate isn't at the 2.1:1 needed for a stable population. One has to have children to make that happen, and right now society, and frankly, it is too toxic on too many levels for women and men to do so. If one countered the precious lost lives of mothers and children, it won’t fix the 0.7–1.0 gap that exists in the birth rate.
When we have only seen birth replacement in America twice since 1973, that should tell us something that we need to fix. Even in the nordic states that rate is nowhere near seen. My believed view is that it is because men no longer see the value in having families and children, due to the toxicity of society.
I personally have no issue with M4A and better health care access that is all-inclusive, but folks need to understand the level of taxation that will be required will be tremendously high. Since most people do not pay any federal taxes, it will be a shock to one's system.
I believe in creating solutions and working in a team environment to solve these issues, and I am not constrained by the man box that most guys are. Does it mean that I don’t have to fight it “every” day, but be assured I do research what I talk about and blend it with real-life experience before I make generalized statements? I am very thankful for helping birth animals on my farm and blending it with my high-tech work. It has made me a far richer person …