Supporters of Queens Democratic Sen. Toby Ann Stavisky, ranging from state lawmakers to prominent advocates, on Friday criticized her primary opponent SJ Jung for his stance on abortion.

Jung at a candidates forum this week declared he is opposed to abortion unless bringing the pregnancy term threatens the life of the mother.

At a news conference, Stavisky and her allies — including Democratic Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins — blasted the remarks.

“The last thing that New York needs is another State Senator working to restrict a woman’s right to choose,” Stewart-Cousins said. “We need more pro-choice Senators fighting for the women of New York, not fewer.”

Advocates for abortion rights, too, criticized Jung’s stance on the issue, which in recent years come to the forefront of both Democratic electoral politics and policy in Albany after Gov. Andrew Cuomo pushed for a codification of the Roe v. Wade decision in state law.

“SJ Jung fails to understand that abortion is a fundamental right for women, just like equal pay, or the right to vote. His extreme anti-choice views make him unfit to represent Queens in the New York State Senate,” said Andrea Miller, the president of the Campaign for a Pro-Choice New York PAC. “The people of District 16 have been fortunate to be represented by Senator Toby Ann Stavisky, who has long been an advocate for access to all reproductive health care and a true champion for women’s rights.”

Not lost on the event, too, was the recognition of Women’s Equality Day. One lawmaker, Assemblywoman Nily Rozic, said Jung’s comments were disqualifying.

“We need strong pro-choice women defending our rights in Albany,” she said, “not those who will betray the women of Queens.”