I don't understand why women can't have this surgery if they want. Do they do it for men because it can be reversed easier and they give women a hard time becase it can't be reversed?
Besides liking the idea of the man doing it anyway because it is less invasive (and the whole hormone thing, we really did get the raw end of the deal there), I still think it is discriminatory to women to not have the right. I don't understand how you can let women have abortions, but you won't let them tie their tubes.
It seems like this could be perfect for a class action suit or something. I'm not a lawyer so I don't know if that is the right suit or not. LOL
Freespirit, especially for health reasons you'd think they would do this. Or is it only legal for the mentally disabled?
My next question, is does insurance cover either surgery? In particular the vesectomy? LOL, I'm not going under the knive again.