The sad thing, of course, is that all the furor about these efforts to "ban" abortion, or overturn Roe, will not - cannot - prevent abortion. They may be able to make it illegal in much of the United States, but making abortion illegal is not going to eliminate it. All this political activity isn't about eliminating abortion - it's about politicians "doing things" to make activists happy (and secondarily, I think, about venting generally patriarchal attitudes about women).
The reality: the majority of first-trimester abortions are "pharmaceutical" abortions - induced using mifepristone/misoprostol. Regardless of what states do legislatively, and assuming that the Supreme Court does at some point overturn Roe, these medications will continue to be available to American women. Illegal? Yes, in some jurisdictions. But let's be real here: marijuana is illegal in many jurisdictions; cocaine is illegal. They're still kinda.... available, you know?
In jurisdictions where M/M are deemed illegal, there will be black markets - some driven by pure profit incentive, but others run by women who will form an active resistance to what they see as patriarchal, inherently anti-woman laws. It will not be possible for states to stop these black markets, any more than they've been able to stop black markets in psychoactive drugs. And it won't be minority underclass males they'll have to prosecute/persecute to interdict these illicit markets; it will be nurses, midwives, middle-aged middle class women - sometimes the cops will be busting their own mothers and sisters. This will play out really well, don'tcha know?
All this because a religious minority has chosen to try to impose its own view of morality - of when a zygote/embryo/fetus/baby becomes "human" - on our society as a whole - a view that the majority of Americans do not share. They have failed to persuade most Americans of the correctness of their position (and many of them haven't bothered to try persuasion) - so they seek to impose it by legal force.
But it will not achieve what they state as their goal - the elimination of abortion. And even more sadly, things that we know - from real-world experience - can reduce the number of abortions, are not supported (and often are condemned) by these "pro-life" people. Real sex education, coupled with free or low-cost access to contraceptives. Real access to day care, to after-school care, that don't come with costs that overwhelm people of modest incomes. Real access to comprehensive medical care, again without crushing costs. No. That stuff is "socialism," and is "bad."