No privileges make up for loosing control over one's body
What are you getting at?
And if you didn't notice for a long time we are more or less trying to make both genders equal.
It might have escaped your attention but you have been privileged by the society (both in law and in customs)all your life. Your definition of equality must be pretty strange or based on false assumptions if you really believe in that alleged drive to 'try' to make both genders equal.
I am a women and yet your equal.
If you stop raiding the wave of your feelings you wouldn't be taking it all in the wrong way.
You are my equal as a human being, as an individual you were caught trying to lecture me on what is and what is not appropriate in the given contexts. It has bespoken an attempt on patronizing me only because you didn't like my take on an overtly dramatic tone you have taken here.
That is you who obviously cant distinguish between pointing out facts or its logical consequences from lecturing and judging other people's views and expression in such a manner that belie equality.
I'm young enough that I have still many years in which I may get pregnant.
That is not a very logical stance.. might or might not, who knows what tomorrow will bring? Could be a war or a car accident, are you constantly worrying about those too?
For you I may seem melodramatic but for you it's more or less just theoretical question.
That has nothing to do with the issue debated.
For me it can become very real issue every month.
No, it is not.
If I were to defend existing law on this issue I would say (as I already did) that its a nicely cut compromise between defense of sanctity of the human life and contemporary society which doesn't consist only from people bonded by the same ethics.
I think that it is a nicely balanced law despite its flaws.
I also happen to disagree with tiny insecure "men" ... trying to tell women what to do with their bodies
Which proves that you are on of those brainless morons who should be kept in bondage for their own good.