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Women in the military: Should women be in military jobs that require little or no physical strength?

  • Welcome to the real world, ladies

    If women want the same "equal rights" as men, then they can get in line for food stamps, be homeless, face cancer (testicular cancer is a pandemic, though not many people want to talk about that), lose their children in court houses, pay taxes, be a single parent, and yes, join the military and be shot at.

    Welcome to the real world, ladies.

  • Yes woman should be in those type of jobs and others too.

    A woman should be in any type of military job that she can handle and is equipped and trained to do. Of course, any woman can do a job for the military that requires very little in the way of physical strength so they should be assigned to those jobs first of all if nothing else is suitable. The brain is a marvelous weapon.

  • Welcome to the real world, ladies

    If women want the same "equal rights" as men, then they can get in line for food stamps, be homeless, face cancer (testicular cancer is a pandemic, though not many people want to talk about that), lose their children in court houses, pay taxes, be a single parent, and yes, join the military and be shot at.

    Welcome to the real world, ladies.

  • Preston is cool because I said so

    Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • What Emma Corby Is saying.

    Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • What Emma Corby Is saying.

    Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • What emma corby is saying.

    Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • What emma corby is saying.

    Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • Place them as seen fit.

    If a woman can perform to a sufficient standard, then they should not be prejudiced against in awarding them a specific position. However, we see a continual diluting of physical standards to aid women in success, and that is the problem. If they cannot perform to equal and sufficient standards, as the men do, then they should be placed in a non-physically oriented position.

  • Women should be in any job they are fit for

    I don't think women need to automatically be in military jobs that require little or no physical strength, unless there is a reason. Some women can lift as much as men if not more. There should be a test to determine what position is appropriate, for both women and men.


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