Well compare these two quotes:
"I feel it's not a male or female desire to have a child. It's a human need. I'm a person and I have the right to have a biological child."
" It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them."
The problem is... one of these quotations is from the weekly news, and the other is from Monty Python's "Life of Brian". How interesting that what was mocked as a ridiculous conclusion is now a person's real moral stance... Where are we going in this hand basket?
Just cuz I like it, the context of the Monty Python is here. If you want to find out about the man who was a woman, who is now a pregnant father, just google "pregnant man".
- Why are you always on about women, Stan?
- I want to be one.
- I want to be a woman. From now on, I want you all to call me 'Loretta'.
- It's my right as a man.
- Well, why do you want to be Loretta, Stan?
- I want to have babies.
- You want to have babies?!
- It's every man's right to have babies if he wants them.
- But... you can't have babies.
- Don't you oppress me.
- I'm not oppressing you, Stan. You haven't got a womb! Where's the foetus going to gestate?! You going to keep it in a box?!
- Here! I-- I've got an idea. Suppose you agree that he can't actually have babies, not having a womb, which is nobody's fault, not even the Romans', but that he can have the right to have babies.