posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:51 PM
I believe in equality.
If a woman passes all of the tests that a man has to pass, then why shouldn't she be go on the front line ?
The fact of the matter is, that - due to the physical and psychological differences between sexes - a meritocratic recruiting process for the infantry
will probably still end up 95%+ male.
I only have two problems with ''PC'' recruiting processes (not necessarily the military, and not necessarily male/female based):
1. When tests are weighted to be ''inclusive''. eg. someone of a particular race/gender/sexuality have the bar lowered to pass, and gain a job at
the expense of a more valid candidate who doesn't tick all the PC boxes.
2. Following on form point #1, when some movements, organisations and employers want their workforce to mirror the demographic of society, as a
In this case, it would be the Feminazis calling for a 50/50 male/representation in all realms of the armed forces, despite the fact that - as
mentioned earlier - the front-line, meritocratically, will always be, at the very least, 95/5 male dominated.