posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 05:30 PM
reply to post by projectvxn
So far all the people who support this seem to be hardcore "feminists".
They seem to be saying that the male gender can potentially be disadvantaged in the name of some special "sacrifice", and that women can enjoy
"equality" by studying, being interns, gaining work experience or building their businesses while men must EXCLUSIVELY go and fight some future, or
snow-balling current war.
At least such forms should set young men at ease that they will be especially advantaged after their duty, or that women will perform some state duty
that similarly disadvantages them too.
The world is tough enough for male children in the politically correct gender system.
I simply cannot see what this has to do with courage or personality traits, or whatever else.
A dated method from the time of male privilege is used in a post-feminist set-up that distinctly and clearly threatens to undermine and stunt males
socially and economically.
This is no longer the age of chivalry where the princess waits for her knight with a chastity belt.
In today's world this an affront to the civil rights of men because it is blatantly unequal.
Clearly some Americans have such a love-affair with the mythos of violence in masculinity that they will not secure the EQUAL rights of their
It is the biggest argument for de-masculinizing society I have ever seen.
edit on 29-4-2011 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)