Women absolutely should enter areas dominated by men, and they should be ready and determined to fight so hard that they will, in turn, dominate the men. Women are no different from men and just as capable, but years of discriminatory practices have kept them down. Equality can only be achieved by allowing this.
There are very few areas "dominated" by men that haven't been entered by women. Without a doubt, women are fully capable of entering domains commonly conquered by men. Very few people realize how skilled women are, and women are starting to dominate formerly "male centric" areas in this day and age.
I am a sexes person at all. That being said, I have no problem with women being in areas that are completely dominated men. I do not know exactly how well that will go over in the long run for the women, but I say give them a chance and see where it goes.
Women should enter areas dominated by men. Women have a certain expertise and insight that they bring to anything. Even if the area is dominated by males, there will be some thing that could be improved due to a woman's insights or knowledge. Women bring a unique set of skills to the table that men do not possess.
If a women wants to enter areas dominated by men they should have the right to. There are some women who have no interest in doing so and some women who will want to. The freedom to be able to choose what you do is the most important freedom in dealing with these issues.
Yes, women should enter areas dominated by men, because there is no reason that a woman shouldn't do something just because they are female. A military college is not an appropriate place for most women, but it also is not an appropriate place for most men. Women should appreciate that their experience will be different, but they should do what they want to do, regardless of gender stereotypes.
Women should be in every area of society and they would probably run things even better. A record number of women were elected to the U.S. Senate in 2012. Female CEOs are making waves this year. Who knows? Maybe in 2016, we'll see a female run for president of the United States.