Not Prepared for This War: Females in the Military

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Women have fought decades to be seen as equal as men. Women have to fit an image that is held for them. Women play male roles in the twenty first century. Setting women front line in combat is setting them up in a field full of grenades that represent distress emotion and the lack of physical strength that in the end will have a negative effect on females and their fellow soldiers they are fighting with. There are specific roles that only a male should take. For example, protecting and serving our country. Although some people believe that women should have equal rights, women have the disadvantage of fighting in combat where their safety is on the line and their physical and emotional restrictions will hold them back.
“Every man is created equally” is a precise statement. Unlike men, a women’s pelvic ring is wider which, make it easier to carry and give birth to a baby (Delavier). Women having the ability to reproduce, allowing our population to increase. With our population growing our economy will grow, and we are less likely for extinction. Also, a women’s body is programmed to provide bodily nutrients to provide for their baby for example breast feeding. In addition fourteen percent of nursing mothers are being deployed four months after giving birth (Vholas). The three month period for a baby marks the time for exploring movement and growth. At four months your baby is not as tiny as when they were born. They no longer fit in a baby tub, which they know fit in an adult bath tub where they can easily slip and fall into the water. They are also learning how to crawl and grab objects. This makes them prone to accidents. Their safety is your concern as a mother.
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