Interesting that you view the reproductive rights of women as "fun." Any reference to some creator makes your argument void. If you care to proceed without it, great.<quoted text>
Wow. I'm going to have fun with that first paragraph...
a. The only part where I mention God is where I say that sex without consequences is NOT divinely endowed. That's the only place where I reference Him, and it's to say that He doesn't play a part.
b. I suppose you have problem with the Declaration of Independence. "[E]ndowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights..." and all that.
c. For the fiftieth time, if you're a woman and pregnant, odds are you had something to do with it. The biological purpose of sex is procreation (as opposed to driving a car, which is geared towards transportation, not crashes).
I also love how you can't keep track of your own analogy. First you compare pregnancy to crashing, then it's "if I'm about to wreck and can somehow get out of the way in the last minute, I'm sure as hell going to." Actually, per your own rules, if you're pregnant, you've already crashed.
Seriously, it's like if you drink, drive, crash, and then insist that it's not your fault because you drove really, really slowly. "Why should I pay for that guy's hospital bills? I may have been drunk, but it's not my fault he was there at that particular moment."
The biological process of sex at its most fundamental aspect is sex. It is also used to unify two people. It is also used for pleasure. People don't often have sex because they want to procreate. They have sex because they want to feel closeness with another person. That is still very biological in nature.
You obviously didn't understand my analogy. I could be in a crash, could be hurt, but if the car catches on fire, I'm sure as hell not going to go down with it.
Fact of the matter is, you have no business telling a woman what she should do with her own body. You'll never have any control over the situation no matter what. That's a simple fact.