March 6, 2019 by directorfsm
Forcing Women into Combat Is Wrong
One would think with an all volunteer military this would be a moot point but not in today’s world. Someone needed a reason to sue the Government and this seemed like the best idea to come along. As a Retired Army First Sergeant I am not in favor of women in combat, but I accept the fact that things have changed since I retired and women have played an ever increasing role in our military. Regardless that does not mean we need to or should draft them and force them into combat roles. – Mike
I became convinced, after watching my wife endure a 31-hour labor, that women have a kind of strength men don’t have. There’s no question in my mind that after less than five of those full-on labor contractions, we’d be crying like a baby instead of delivering one.
And yet, an incredibly obvious thing that is now somehow controversial to say out loud in 2019 is that, on average, men are physically stronger than women. In fact, it’s not even close. According to a 2009 study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, the average male has a greater total muscle mass and strength than 99.9 percent of females.
Decades of research have demonstrated that real and biologically-ingrained differences, like the level of physical strength, exist between the sexes. Another study back in 1981 found that even if physically untrained men were scaled to the same size and weight as trained female athletes, they would still be stronger, on average, by every measure.
These scientific conclusions need to be fresh in your mind as I tell you about a ruling by Texas Federal District Court Judge Gray Miller just last week. Miller, after a suit was brought by a so-called “men’s rights” group, declared that it is unconstitutional for the United States to require only men to register for the military draft. Women, he determined, must register, too…
Continued at Source: BreakPoint: Drafting Our Daughters