Justice Scalia’s opinions on issues from abortion to sex discrimination in the workplace to equal rights to an education were notably not in favor of women. Given the opportunity, he would vote to limit a woman’s access to abortion. When prosecutors wanted the right to exclude women from a jury based on their sex alone, he concurred. When a case involved the use of public funds for a male only educational institution, he agreed. His record was not however 100% anti-woman as he did vote to protect women who reported sexual discrimination in the workplace.