This is the only bind I can think of that a man would face, that compares to that of a woman facing a crisis pregnancy and the specter of abortion:
A man—I’ll call him John—has a rare type of body chemistry, like a blood type or some other raw body material or organ. An ailing person—I’ll call her Mary—never having committed any offense or crime in her life, needs some of this raw body material of John’s because it’s the only compatible type accessible to Mary’s health care system. If John’s raw body material isn’t donated to Mary, she will die.
The process of getting John’s raw body material from his body to Mary’s is arduous. John will be increasingly less mobile and more confined over several months in preparation for making the transfer of his body material to Mary. He will face restrictions in diet and in medication he can take, so as not to taint the body material, making it useless for Mary. This process will culminate in an unfathomably painful, hours-long process. Doctors will not give him any pain medication for fear that it might harm Mary and render his body material useless. This process is so rigorous as to cause possible trauma to John, leaving him altered forever afterward. He will face a long recovery period. Mary is totally, utterly dependent on John for her life. If John does not go through this process and donate his raw body material to her, she will die.
I cannot think of any anti-legalized-abortion leaders who have called for a man in this situation to be forced by law to donate to a recipient who will die without the donation.
A double standard?