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I’m all for equal rights for both genders, but this
whole women-allowed-to-be-on-the-front-lines-in-combat thing is a bit much.
Women don’t fight; that’s for barbaric brutes who can’t use their language
skills to communicate effectively. I
want to meet the first woman to ask for this so-called privilege and ask her
how she bumped her head.
Why would any woman want to fight in combat? Don’t tell me
it’s so that we can prove that we are equal to men. First of all, we are NOT
equal to men, we are far superior as proven day-by-day as we juggle the weight
of this world with our own personal hopes and dreams while being the portals to
life and being forced to wear bras. That’s torture enough; don’t give me a gun and
tell me to go kill a stranger too.
We are already at war within ourselves as we strive to define our lives amidst a culture that wants to make the decisions for us.
Men beat their bodies into submission and pursue world domination to
attract women. In every movie you’ve ever seen, what does the guy who wins the
battle get? He gets a woman. Even in the
Bible a man’s desire to succumb to a woman’s wishes changed the fate of mankind
forever. Men fight wars because of
us, we do not fight alongside them. We are already at war
within ourselves as we strive to define our lives amidst a culture that wants
to make the decisions for us. Please don’t
make us fight your battles too.
Allow me to be clear, women CAN take the lead in combat
situations but we don’t need to. We are physically and mentally capable of
standing alongside the big boys in camouflage yet our innate skills are more
subtle and palpable.
There are more effective ways women can help the military. Instead of using women in combat allow us to:
1. Use our intuition as intelligence officers to
develop strategies for achieving goals
2. Send us in as spies to uncover the perceived
3. Organize and maintain the tools and equipment men
need for combat
We can lay the groundwork to help you win your war, as
always offering the guidance you need to succeed, yet our presence on the front
lines is wholly unnecessary.
But then again, if a woman stands up and says she WANTS to
fight and you value your sanity and peace of mind, you had better let her have her