It is funny how it was men who was forced to register for the draft but somehow it is women who is dealing with the sexism. Stop with your victim mentality.
I think that is a good and better solution quite frankly , makes obvious sense.
wtf are you talking about? Sexism goes both ways, and the draft has been a sexist policy against men for decades. I support eliminating the draft, and I supported eliminating it before anyone mentioned applying it to women as well. Nobody should be press-ganged into military service.
@molonski2 sorry, that wasn't directed toward you, that was to the Asker.
I guarantees you've only started mentioning things like this now only because it now effects women.
Spot on , nothing should be mandatory for either sex
Understood the context of replies Varanus , thankyou :)
I totally agree. Lots of women have been against the draft all along. I think they are less likely to support fighting wars in general. I think equality should go both ways, but I think the draft should only be used for actual defense, and if that was the case I would be happy to be a part of it and prefer to let the ladies stay home to keep the kids fed and the house in tact. Not that it should be directly based off gender, but my and my guy friends would rather go fight and let their kids stay home. Their kids mom's would rather stay and take care of their children. What are you going to do when you draft both of the parents? It doesn't sound well thought out to me. At least keep it to people without children.
If there's a war, you need soldiers. Simple as that. The draft isn't going anywhere.
@JouthFact check, how many wars are we currently involved in and when was the last time the draft was activated? 🤔🤔🤔
If the war is worthwhile, you'll have no shortage of people signing up to help. If you don't, maybe it doesn't need to be fought after all.
Well , the last few sure haven't been worth it..And may we ALL never forget Vietnam , horrendous stuff for no reason.
Lmao, anyone that says this is clueless
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And I guarantee this is the first time you have brought up something like this.
Why do you assume that?
Because 99 percent of women don’t care about men’s struggles. Women only care whenever it is them who is getting shit on. You wanted your equality so take it.
Well, your percentage there is quite off, but ignoring that...I do care about men's struggles, which is why I said that there should exclusionary possibilities for "both" sides. You also never asked if I support the draft overall.
I'm more supportive of the idea that, if you support a cause, you should be the one volunteering to fight, instead of forcing other people who may or not agree with you to go in your place.