Yes, preventing women from serving in combat roles is discriminatory, but they should still have to meet the same requirements, and should not be drafted into combat roles. They should also be offered free birth control to prevent problems from rape by enemies.
yes, it is a women's choice to serve, and not only would it increase our defense capabilities, but it would also add more humans to our countries work force. and women know the risks of joining the army, including possible rape.
As long as the battalions are segregated. Men are more likely to jeopardize the mission to protect women, and women by and large can't pass the same physical tests as men, further compromising safety if a situation were to arise where this would be important.
Yes as it is voluntary and not turn into a draft situation. If they can pass the exact same tests that the men go through. If you are able to enter combat and are willing to put your life out there to protect others, then it should be allowed. But only if the requirements are met. There are some women that can run circles around most men.
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