Do you mean duly elected governments?
Why do duly elected governments get to say it is illegal to steal from people? You seem to think it's not in their jurisdiction and it most certainly is. You may think it is not their right, but the Constitution determines their capabilities, not your sense of fair play.
Don't get me wrong: I think abortion should be entirely up to the mother and the legislatures shouldn't be muddling in things that are morally ambiguous - but that doesn't mean they don't have jurisdiction. They do.
It is up to the people to show that laws are unconstitutional. The usual argument against prohibiting governments from regulating abortion is citing the "illegal search and seizure" clauses from the Constitution and talking about it being an invasion of privacy. Once again, however, the word "privacy" doesn't appear in the Constitution. It's a right extrapolated from search-and-seizure and one many have tried to unextrapolate.
But going back to what you are really trying to get at, why do men (as opposed to women) have any say here. Do you think women should have had the ability to vote prior to them not being draftable ... oh wait, in the US, they aren't draftable now. (Men have to sign up for Selective Service, women do not). After all, women voting would be helping to determine the fate of men at war. Doesn't seem fair, does it?
The reality is, in a democracy we try to make decisions as a society withOUT reference to demographic (such as gender).
You may be offended that the legislatures don't reflect the demographics of the people (i.e. there are more male legislatures despite their being more female citizens or inhabitants), and I would certainly support you lobbying to get more women interested in politics, thereby getting more women elected.
But that isn't the same issue, is it? If you care, run for office. If you don't, you are tacitly accepting the system.