Sweet, yes. Probable, obviously not.
I think God in His wisdom knew exactly which gender to choose to carry on the human race. After all, I think He actually wanted people to, ya know, continue to exist. If men were the ones to get pregnant, the world would be a very, very different place (if there was a world at all...).
The amount of birthing classes and doctor's visits would surely decrease. Men don't need directions, right? Surrogates would cease to exist. Everyone would be an only child.
Men would also take competitive birth stories to an entirely new level. "Yeah, man. I went zero to fully dilated in like .45 seconds" and "See this wicked scar? Yeah, that's a stretch mark. Naval to sternum, baby!"
And can you imagine?
Dealing with a big baby who's carrying a little baby... for nine months? I don't know about your husband, but my man acts like an incapacitated Panda who's incapable of fending for himself when he has the sniffles. (Love you, babe.) The sniffles. I'm not sure how a man's body would react when Hiroshima comes knocking on his undercarriage getting the birth canal all ready. Mix their intolerance for pain with the emotional and hormonal stability of a ravenous hyena? Morning sickness might as well be categorized as a government-funded disability. Labor, a medical marvel.
So ladies, the next time you think "I can't handle this anymore" just think about how much worse you would have it if your man was the bloated, Orca whale instead... #yikes. I think we really dodged a bullet, ladies.