You have to remember the contents of the previous comments we exchanged to shed any light on things. I was not indicating that there is a competition between how men and women suffer at all yet that is where you are directed and quoting me in order to do it.I was saying that both sexes, ideally together, work as a team and both have real responsibilities within that team. The tasks may be different but they are are for the betterment of the unit.<quoted text> there's no practical reason for women to suffer through child birth and it can hardly be considered the same as going to work to support the family. many women, and babies die during natural childbirth and from its complications.
A man going to work whose wife stayed at home in years gone by ( for the most part in non third world countries)often worked extra hours if he could to feed the family. So it was that one pushed the child out and hubby pushed on the hydro,the dinner table etc.Many men were overwhelmed by supporting six children on a monetary level just as their wives were from chasing around after them them. I think that by the time that birth control popped up men were as relieved as women were.
Women have as many different experiences having babies as there are women and babies. That is true whether it a a vaginal birth or a C-Section. The reason that C-Sections were just for difficulties with deliveries is that with them come with their own potential complications. I have posted this before. I think you don't keep track of who said what to you. I clarified that right near the beginning.
Brazilian women just seem to think that medical interventions are the answer to a great deal and perhaps it has just become a case of sheeple. I hear that Brazil has massively high plastic surgery rates too. Even on the Northern continent women were convinced that babies should be fed cows milk from birth. Think about how many parents fell for that over just breast feeding babies.
You do have think not just spout off a couple of sources thoughts here and there. I don't mean to be unfriendly. You just keep flapping the jaws without actually getting into a conversation. Repetitive and not well thought out.