You've got the title right - "Where are the women?" WTF? A 'expert' panel on contraception with no women? Is this 1960 or something?
You can see the original photo here and also read why a female witness was not asked to testify.
Two women actually did testify, both from conservative Christian colleges - Calvin College and Oklahoma Christian University. Read more here.
Seems to me that President Obama's original proposal enhanced religious freedom, as it would have forbidden Catholic Church-run institutions - hospitals, schools, etc. - from denying its employees, many of whom are not Catholic, access to contraception coverage in their health insurance plans. It said nothing about requiring the Catholic Church to rescind its (neanderthal) policy forbidding birth control (except for the 'rhythm method' and abstinence) for Church members.
Obama's policy might cut down on the number of abortions, too. Duhhh....
Make no mistake about it: this fuss over contraception - and abortion, too - is about power over, and control of, women - pure and simple.
I thought we had a come a long way; sometimes I think I am back in 1960, where the Republican presidential candidates are.
But what do I know? I'm not a Republican male.
"If men got pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament." - Title of a book by Helen Forelle and Janet Leih (1991)