I'm not going to blame the employer who's stuck with a lawsuit if he doesn't pay the flagwaving broad on the road crew the same as the man up to his waist in **** digging out the clog in the ditch, and faced with a lawsuit if he gives the broad a shovel and tells her to dig or get out.
I'll blame the source of the problem, the lawyers, the politicians, and the truly stupid people who think it's their business to set the wages employers must pay.
If there are certain women (even a small percentage) who are physically and mentally capable of performing the same kinds of tasks on a submarine as men, I hardly see what the big deal is. This isn't really a PC issue to me (though it would be if it were about letting any woman regardless of their physical capabilities to serve on a sub). This is an issue of blatant sexism if you are going to say across the board that no women at all are capable of serving on a submarine. Why is it such a big deal to allow this small percentage of women to serve on a sub?
I agree with you to a point. If females had to pass within the same standards as men, I would not be as concerned about it. I mite even support it, but this will never happen.
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