Do the majority of people in California have children? If they do then I would wonder why they defeated Proposition 73 a proposed constitutional amendment that would require doctors to notify parents or guardians when a minor seeks an abortion. "What did you do today? Oh and if you had an abortion and had our grandchild killed don’t tell me about it." Or do they just think this might happen only with other people’s children? If they are so permissive on abortion then why would they have a problem with their daughter telling them first?
Now you might make the argument that they are for the autonomy of the individual and that the individual gets to decide. You could make that argument if they hadn’t also voted against a proposition that would have allowed union members not to have their dues go towards political contributions without their permission.
Though maybe the silver lining is that Proposition 73 was only narrowly defeated. The amendment though also "Defines abortion as causing "death of the unborn child, a child conceived but not yet born."" Maybe that was what killed it off. While the wording isn’t very strong, it might have been an uncomfortable truth. "The emperor has clothes on I tell you and don’t dare make me think otherwise." How insensitive the writers of the amendment were using child instead of fetus and daring to associate the word death with child. "We totally support abortion, but please don’t words that more accurately describe what happens. Ignorance is bliss. Bliss me father for we have not sinned."