Logical reasoning dictates that if a premise is true, its contrapositive must be true. However, if a premise is true, it does not necessarily follow that the inverse and converse are true.
Inverse: If you are not swimming, you are not wet. (
Premise: If you hate women, you will want them to endure unwanted pregnancies. (hate –> endure)
Often, people who agree with the premise assert the converse, but this does not follow logically. For example, you may want women to endure unwanted pregnancies because you want fetal life to be protected. This says nothing about how you feel about women, one way or another.