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Women in Combat

bccbc Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 3:18 PM
Since the beginning of time, men have cared for women in the patriarchal manner. This means that they assume the basic, natural role as protectors of women. “What’s this have to do with war?” you might ask. This means that all male military personnel, in wartimes and combat, will be compelled to put their own lives at risk (more than they already are) for the women they are fighting along side. Now I ask, why would the U.S. government allow such a weakness to be had when it is not necessary?
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Women in Combat

bccbc Wrote: Feb 06, 2013 3:18 PM
This column excerpt states the facts about women participating in the U.S. military in a very right field opinion. There is nothing wrong with that, and in fact I agree with most of what was stated. Women, for years, have been arguing that they want the chance to “serve” just like their male counterparts, and yes they should have it; however when it comes to actual combat, the argument arises on whether or not they’re fit for battle. In my opinion, based on human anatomy and human nature, they should not be allowed to due to the following reasons.
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