You show your error identifying a God given role as “superiority.” So much for “superiority” - as pregnancy progresses it makes a woman progressively less capable of doing necessary daily motions and work, makes many ill, some require total bedrest until birth, increasing dependency on others, and during the labor and time after delivery, extremely vulnerable and weak. In rare cases today, the mother dies after childbirth. And to even get into this “superior” state requires a man, there are no self-creating pregnancies by sheer will alone of a woman.
I’d reassess the hypothesis that this is what makes women superior to men. You may have a more convincing argument to make using another point, but pregnancy isn’t it.
Too right. My pregnancies were miserable. If there had been an easier way to have my children, I’d have been all for it.