“Women ... have the talent, capacity, and right ‘to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation.’  Their ability to realize their full potential ... is intimately connected to ‘their ability to control their reproductive lives.’  Thus, legal challenges to undue restrictions on abortion procedures ... center on a woman's autonomy to determine her life's course, and thus to enjoy equal citizenship stature.”  (Gonzales v. Carhart, 550 U.S. 124 (2007), Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, dissenting.)

Translation:  Men can’t suffer unwanted pregnancies.  Women can.  Therefore, in order to be equal to men, women must be able to become un-pregnant.

If that argument is logical, why isn’t this one?  Women have the ability to become pregnant.  Men don’t.  Therefore, in order to be equal to women, men must be able to become pregnant.

But satire is wasted these days; to get the point, one has to have a sense of the normal.  Some people already think pregnancy would be a good idea for men, just as some people think pregnancy is an episodic disease affecting women.