Don't worry, I am not offended by your statement. I simply think that it is a good idea to analyze, examine, and understand all of the sides of a specific argument/position so that one is fully able to understand it. (As a side note, one can still have an opinion/position on something even if this thing/issue does not personally affect him/her, since to say otherwise would be an ad hominem fallacy.) I'm glad that you were not offended by my argument. Yeah, some men and women are uninterested in fully "exploring" the body and whatnot of the other gender, but some people such as myself (and transgender people, et cetera) are very interested in the fully "exploring" the body of the other biological gender. I don't know about other men who want to be pregnant, but knowing that you and some other women never get and never want to get pregnant isn't something that I'm upset about or something which is hard for me to handle. Everyone should have the right to do whatever he or she wants with his or her body as long as they do not violate anyone else's rights (or the rights that someone else should have*). If you never want to get pregnant, that's perfectly fine with me. After all, it's your body, not mine. I am disappointed that I do not have the ability to be pregnant, though. I am probably willing to endure a lot to get this ability, even a sex change (which, despite the fact that I am not transgender in a strict sense, is actually a very appealing idea to me in the future once trans-women are able to become pregnant and once sex changes and everything that comes with them becomes less risky, troublesome, and burdensome). In addition, I am annoyed by my gender due to the current stupid abortion and child support laws. I don't see why a (straight) man such as myself should automatically risk being forced to pay child support when having sex with a woman, even if the woman promises this man before sex that she will get an abortion and then changes her mind later on and gives birth. Women have an opt-out after s*x (abortion), while men don't even have an opt-out before s*x which allows them to actually have s*x later on. Hopefully male contraception such as RISUG (which, even though they say it is 100% efficient, I fear is more like 99.99% or 99.95% efficient, but still way better than the status quo) will make things fairer for men such as myself in the near future in regards to this. Also, another thing which I strongly like about the female body are the magic female nipples. Even though my own (male) nipples are seductive, they are not nearly as magical as the nipples of a woman such as yourself (if you catch my drift).
As a side note, and I truly apologize if this is offensive, but I think that in gay-friendly countries, gay/lesbian (I know that you dislike this term, but it is the English dictionary term for a woman who likes another woman) and bisexual women "have it better" than straight women, since in my honest opinion women are so much hotter than men, and such women can also please themselves (if you catch my drift) by hearing hot clothes and outfits themselves rather than by having someone else war these hot clothes and outfits.
And don't worry--you don't sound naive and/or stupid at all.
As for this part (the *), an example to what I was referring to is abortion. If one thinks that embryos and fetuses should have legal personhood, then in his/her view it could be morally unjustifiable to for a woman to deny an embryo/fetus the use of her body (at least in most cases) even if this woman genuinely wants to deny this embryo/fetus the use of her body.
Yes, I agree with you that current abortion and child support laws are quite unfair for men. In my opinion, both parties should be held fully responsible for their actions, so a woman can't just change her mind and expect the man to support her. That's just not right, in my eyes - if they had agreed on a certain thing beforehand (no child will come out of this, or - we want that child), then it should either be followed - or the woman faces the consequences for her decision.
The problem is that men have, in the end, no say if a woman decides to interupt her pregnancy because she changed her mind, even though he wants that child. That's definitely an issue. Seeing the whole issue from this point of view, it's much more understandable that men would want to have the ability to carry children.
Do you think you would find your own nipples so...magical (for a lack of a better term) if they were yours? Isn't the fact that they are not withinin your "reach" (meaning: a part of your bown body) what makes them so attractive and mysterious? I'm just asking - I mean, I understand you all too well (...), but there might be some extra factors to be considered.
I don't believe that gay/lesbian/bi (I know it's the right word, I just don't like the ring of it Also, in Germany it's often used derogatorily, so my rejection might stem from that) women have it "better" than straight women.
Your argument is that we have the advantage of being able to fully appreciate the beauty of the female body and the like, but then - that's because we are interested in those things, just like you are. A straight woman will find men much more pleasing and sexy, she'll find the male body incredibly attractive and be content with that. You are straight, and interested in woman, so you think them much more attractive than men, but that doesn't mean that people who have other preferences have it "worse" or anything - they just like something different than you do.
Also, what you find attractive in other people, you might don't like when you are wearing it yourself, for example.