If women consider themselves to be divinely chartered and precious just because of the ability to reproduce, they should go ahead and reproduce themselves. Men don't deny! But unfortunately, in order to reproduce God has asked both men and women to come together and then reproduce. Even women know this while having sex! But, given an opportunity to choose your gender based on the consequences of sex and control thereafter, which one would you prefer? Let’s look at each gender’s ability to avoid or opt-out of the consequences of sex, as the ‘consent to sex’ and ‘consent to reproduce’ are both treated differently as per law. For Women - Consent to sex is not necessarily a consent to reproduce A woman who has consented to sex is under no obligation to an accidental pregnancy. She cannot be held liable to a third party and does not need permission to alleviate herself of responsibility. Her options include early termination, placing in an orphanage for adoption, or simply dropping the child off at a safe haven. For Men - Consent to sex is necessarily a consent to reproduce Once a man agrees to sex, the law is binding for him to support the child from accidental pregnancy. He has no options that do not involve the consent of the third party to alleviate himself of this obligation in the event of accidental pregnancy. In addition to all this, another issue of reproductive rights for men is paternity fraud, which is hardly taken seriously but happens at rates high enough to be concerning.