posted on Jan, 23 2013 @ 07:45 PM
Not surprising actually, especially with the role changes in culture. Stay at home dads and executive moms. Men losing Testosterone and women
picking it up.
I am all for equal rights, but the door opening, ma'am saying, chair pulling neanderthal part of me shudders at watching women go to the front line.
Contrary to some of the post here, women have made fearsome warriors in past history. Boudica ring a bell? Celtic women fought beside their men when
necessary, and by all accounts some were more fierce then men. The cherokee were a matriarchal society. Women are more devious, more scheming then
men. However physically most woman are not able to compete with men. Sure there are some, but when it comes down to it men are the hunter/gatherer
If they want to go to the front lines, they need to undergo the exact same training, have the exact same requirement as men. NO special favors or
exemptions. That means when they turn 18, they register for selective service same as men do. If this was to happen, how many women would stand up
and fight to go to the front line knowing in 20 years their precious daughter might end up drafted?