Let the Standard Determine Who Serves

12 Mar

Believing that having women in combat will be emotionally hard on the men due to them wanting to protect women from harm’s way reveals that these type of men are not emotionally prepared for the job and therefore should be removed from combat positions. These types of men are why we have “chivalrous” discriminatory laws as the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and mothers granted child custody over fathers. Real adult men would feel an equal desire to defend other men as much as women. The best way to determine who is to be in combat is to continue to have established standards that determine if one qualifies for fighting in combat. If this ends up being men, so be it. The qualification standards are what matter and should be used to make that determination.

Alan Millard

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