They asserted that they have worked with women who could handle the physical demands of infantry work, along with men who weren't particularly physically well-suited for the job and still managed to be creditable infantryman.
1. Pregnancy is a choice. It comes about as the predictable result of certain preceding activities. As such, it is fully preventable. Require women to get norplants if it makes you feel better.Let's get down in the grit. You claimed I'm asserting women are delicate flowers - which I've never even come close to alluding to. I've just repeatedly pointed out that they're not as strong and they get pregnant.
2. Plenty of women are AS STRONG as some of the men who are currently accepted into infantry roles. And, that was asserted by at least 2 posters here.
To be clear, and hopefully you will understand: Women do not have to be AS STRONG as men, they just have to be STRONG ENOUGH to do the job.
Point blank: Are you capable of arguing this WITHOUT resorting to logical fallacies like this one?So, point blank are women - in your mind- equal to men in strength, size, and stature?
Also, given that we have an all voluntary military, it strikes me that no one is being forced, at present, to serve. Another misstep on your part.