Originally Posted by Therealbrighteyes View Post
And how is this different than what is happening right now?
The big difference is that women's reproductive power isn't usually factored into the gender-equity equation at all
. It's all about the board rooms and the Benjamins. In the feminist world, equality stops with money and political power, unless the "I can't help having a uterus" issue actually grants them an advantage, or the sexual issue gives them a disadvantage. And men, for the most part, have accepted that, the poor idiots.
If who controls reproduction isn't a major factor in the gender equity debate, then who's being casual with their DNA on the sly shouldn't be, either. As long as they both earn the same for the same amount of work.