Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
The only reason this question needs to be asked is because we have let health care decisions fall into the hands of politicians and state apparatchiks. The individual should be in control of his/her own health decisions.
I voted 'under certain circumstances' because there are circumstances where women can give them that power (not neccesarily men, but whoever happens to be given the authority). And if you are talking about the federal govt, there are any number of laws which might generate circumstances where men would make decisions that affect womens health. The FDA, the EPA all have men working there who make decisions that affect womens health, like what the can and can not eat, or the quality of their water and air. The DoD makes health decisions about the women in the military, including pregancy. Women who commit crimes might find themselves in a jail where men control their ability to reproduce and other health issues.
So, again, the answer is, it depends.