My ovaries are stronger than your balls. Looking at it biologically, women have the advantage. Yes, men are stronger (usually), and they love to brag about the size of their junk and to tell people to "man up." But why would I want to "man up" and expose my weakness? Kick a man in the balls, and they're down for the count. It's such common knowledge that everyone knows if you want to end a fight quickly just play dirty and go for the crotch. There's even a term for it in boxing; its called "hitting below the belt," and it's very frowned upon.
So, tell me again, why do I want to man up and grow a pair? Or what is it I want to grow a pair of? Because the way I see it men and women have the same equipment, it's just that one is inverted, capable of growing a human, and incredibly resilient. While on the other side, the tiniest flick of a man's balls can cause testicles to shrivel up inside (and become wannabe ovaries anyway) and cause severe nausea. Ovaries, on the other hand, are a smarter design they're already on the inside surrounded by muscle and fat to protect them.
Again, I ask, why would I want to "man up" and become fragile and expose my weakness; when I can Woman Up and stay strong, durable, and protected. It doesn't make any sense to me. So, next time someone says "man up" around me... I'll probably just flick them in the balls and tell them to shut up.
“Wherever you find a great man, you will find a great mother or a great wife standing behind him -- or so they used to say. It would be interesting to know how many great women have had great fathers and husbands behind them.”
― Dorothy L. Sayers,