I wonder if involuntary sterilization of men has happened
yes, it was done in mental institutions although the usual way was castration to remove the desire for sex. it is still done sometimes with sex offenders as a condition of them ever being released. not sure it makes a difference.
Women are still not paid as much as men
that's actually not true. if you compare apples and apples, women are paid as much. the comparison the left uses is the overall amount that women make compared to men. not an = comparison because women tend to work fewer hours and even take less demanding jobs when they have young children. + a lot of women work the second job in a marriage and it tends to be a lower paying job. so yes, overall women make less, but in the same job, working the same hours and conditions this does not hold up.
They hold a tiny percent of public office. They own a tiny percent of all land. They are regularly beaten, raped and violated by men.
last i looked, fewer women run for public office is which is generally a prerequisite to holding office.
not many women chose to go into farming on their own. most i know who own land own it with their husbands. if you are talking about owning houses, maybe, but i'd like to see the stats on that. also wonder if women in cities tend to wish to rent rather than buy. no maintenance that way.
as for being regularly beaten, raped, and violated, by men, i bet if you look at the crime stats, as many if not more men are beaten by men, as women beaten by men. rape? don't know about regularly, but on that one probably more women are raped by men that other types of rape.
If you can find any references to abortion in the bible, I would love to hear them
just a guess, but if there were i'd bet that they would not be in favor of it.
when i was a kid i was a bit of a terror. my grandmother took me aside one day and said "before you do something, pretend god is standing in front of you. if you still think that what you want to do is ok with him watching, do it".
of course, that didn't stick for lots of stuff i did, but it was a good way to judge things that were not so black and white. sometimes, thinking of it my grandmothers way, things became more black and white.