…ost of us don’t want to pay half the bill on dates, we don’t want to work dirty and dangerous jobs, we don’t want to be drafted if there was a war, we don’t have to prove to a court that our children need us after divorce, and we don’t want to ser…
additionally, this is happening:
On April 27, 2016, the House Armed Services Committee voted to add an amendment to the pending “National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017” to extend the authority for draft registration to women. If the bill as thus amended is enacted into law, this amendment would authorize (but not require) the President to order young women as well as young men to register with the Selective Service System.
So, we’re going in the direction of equality regarding selective service. again, like custody, it’s a work in progress and is as yet incomplete. but many examples in your article are simply outdated. I would be far more willing to consider your initial proposal if you were reinforcing it with current information, rather than broad, generalized, long-term gender stereotypes.
These stereotypes are examples of the very mindset that is pitting the genders against each other.