LOL - I didn't say it was all man's fault.
I said it takes two to tango.
And i simply pointed out that in the act of getting knocked up involves two people getting laid, not just one. . .sex in the service happens all the time, it only becomes a problem when the chick becomes pregnant and unavailable.
I feel that women in this day and age have no excuses for "oops, I'm pregnant" - maybe 100 years ago (but, also noting, that 100 years ago we weren't allowed in the military in strong part becaues of this very same issue) - but not now. The government has ensured that birth control in one form or many forms are available either for free or for a reduced cost.
However - the fault I see is that they don't require women who want to be in the military to be on BC of some nature ... citing rights violations and blah blah.
In my opinion - they should make it mandate ... If you want ot join you have to submit to __ or __ and in order to receive your BC you have to show up, log in, and see the Dr.
If someone doesn't want to accept that - they shouldn't sign up.
If someone doesn't want the government telling them what to do with their bodies they shouldn't sign up (kind of a no brainer, here)
Ok, thanks for clearing that up.