Let’s talk about the gag rule.
The gag rule (also known as the “Mexico City” policy) was originally announced by the Reagan administration at the 1984 United Nations International Conference on Population in Mexico City.
It went further than the previous measures by restricting NGOs relying on funds from the U.S. Agency on International Development from using their own funds to provide abortions. The organizations also were not eligible if they lobbied to make or keep abortion legal in their own country or if they provided abortion referrals.
Not to mention a women’s right to reproductive freedom.