The Sideshow comments on why a right to privacy isn’t found in the Bill of Rights (boldface mine):
All of this reminds me that I’ve been meaning to mention that one of the “killer” arguments that the wingers have used against Roe v. Wade is that the word “privacy” appears nowhere in the Constitution/Bill of Rights. There’s a really good reason for that: the very word “privacy” did not mean then what it means today. What it means today is pretty much what the Bill of Rights is all about. What it meant then was what you did in the privy, something I don’t think the Founders even imagined they’d have to refer to.
I’ve always viewed abortion as a more of a First Amendment issue, but this is still pretty funny.