"Why do men get to decide what a woman does with her body?"
I don't know...but it's certainly not the only example of a person being told what they can and can't do with their body, is it?
I mean when men were forced into military service, that was an example of them being told what would be done with their bodies. In World War I, before conscription was in effect, you had women handing out white feathers to men to socially shame them into sacrificing their bodies on the alter of war...why did those women feel entitled to tell men what to do with his body?
Suicide is illegal, and yet at it's core if it physically involves no one else, it is society deciding what the individual can do with their body.
Someone deemed to be mentally unfit to care for themselves can be institutionalized against their will, which is another example of others deciding what an individual does with their body and life.
Of course abortion is such a wedge issue that it isn't actually men getting to decide what a woman does with her body...especially given how the majority of electors are women. So sorry but The View doesn't have a legitimate opinion on this issue...particularly given how in Alabama, the Governor who signed the new abortion restrictions into law is a woman.
Increasingly it looks like some of the states are trying to force Roe v Wade to be re-examined in the Supreme Court...but even if it was overturned, it wouldn't make abortion illegal. No, it would just mean if you wanted to abort your baby, you'd have to do it in a state where abortion was legal...such as New York, California, Virginia, etc...