I guess my only concern with it would be where does it end? women, men, races, sexuality, occupation, environment etc etc
again not knocking your logic im asking where would you want the line drawn and you do see the potential for that line to get extended to far and become discriminatory right?
also, of course not always but sometimes these coverages can still benefit men if that is their wife girlfriend family member etc
also vasectomies are covered (im guessing) and woman would have paid for that? (im guessing)
what about prostrate surgeries?
again i see some of the logic and rational behind your complaint and it is sound by where does it stop? and what "fair" logic should we base it on?