But it is offensive to assertthat pregnancy impacts men in any way equivalent to its impact on women; thatfathers and mothers have comparable experiences or feelings in connectionwith pregnancy or their babies; that nonresident unwed fathers, based onDNA, "should" have "rights;" that,from the standpoint of family laws or women's choices regarding abortion,pregnancy should be viewed as nothing more than an "inconvenience";or that the riskiest "jobs" in this world all are performed bymen.


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