I hate to be the kill-joy here, but as a response to this I have some (err)humble observations –
1. Pregnancy is not a pathological condition. It is a biological process. Women aren’t better or worse without it. Ditto for Menstruation. The body isn’t any worse because of it.
2. Not everyone shaves. Shaving isn’t a requirement imposed by your body, it is imposed on your body by society.
3. Osteoporosis quite often has to do with poor diet in childhood. There are two aspects to this – in most cultures till about 35 years back the disparity in diet for girls and boys was vast – as it was believed that boys (Even at 8) would need more energy. The second aspect is that women are told they shouldn’t eat much and ruin their chances of landing a good mate! So out go the dairy products and protein that are so crucial to bone-health. So there you have it – most illnesses come from social pressure. Another interesting observation – women aren’t allowed to exercise as much as men are. Women work (which is stressful activity), as opposed to exercising (which does not stress a body part but engage it in activity that makes it more flexible).
4. Breast cancer is as likely as prostate or testicular cancer.
5. Men pee anywhere. On buildings, near sidewalks, over shrubs. Women unfortunately cannot do the same because most cultures cannot take a woman sitting squat to pee. Therefore they crowd the first available restroom they can see. And if you think it’s any different outside India – you should take a look around in any city on a Friday night once the booze has begun its trip.