I'm 22, married, and a minarchist libertarian. If you don't like what I have to say, then you're more than welcome to hop your ass right off my page. I'd say thanks for stopping by, but I really don't care.
Is that the crude humor we, as men, find funny would have to stop. No more f-bombs, no funny innuendos, and no more openly shared stories of sexual encounters. Why? Because fee-fees get hurt, EO complaints get filed, and careers get ruined. Not to mention that there will be some gender-based exclusion, which will lead to more crying. I know it’s gonna happen, too… Some female soldier will get all upset because the male soldiers go out and won’t include her.
Now the PT tests need to be matched to show absolute equality, whether it’s lowering the men’s standards to that of the women’s, raising the women’s to the same as the men’s, or meeting in the middle, but either way, the standard should be the same… All training should be set up without regard to gender… Both should be able to complete all of the same exact tasks, whether it’s as tough as moving 200+ pounds of dead weight to a safe area or as easy as a ruck march.
While they’re at it, they should also do one of 2 things. They can either make all women register for the selective service upon turning 18 or do away with the draft completely…
But it’s a bunch of women who want the right to go without shirts in public. Normally I don’t support modern equal rights activities because they usually go overboard, but I don’t see the problem with this. I mean, us men can go topless outside and there’s quite a few that SHOULD wear shirts, but don’t. I don’t see what’s so taboo about exposed breasts. Your thoughts?
If she hit my wife or me first, then fuck yeah. I’m all about equal rights.
Seriously, men need to step up and know what it is to lead. Nothing wrong with women leading, but I feel like men are afraid to assert themselves. That or it goes to the extreme—i.e., being the “macho man” or whatever, which is really a mark of insecurity. I don’t know. I just feel like men don’t hear enough words of encouragement these days. Other principles have replaced the ones that count, unfortunately. And don’t even get me started on women…
Hey, I was the Senior Patrol Leader in my Boyscout troop. I wasn’t even a man yet! Does that count for anything?
Men are afraid to stand up because for every man that stands up, 10 feminists are there to berate him for existing. If he’s a white man, he has 10 feminists berating him for existing and 20 more people to call him a racist. But someone like me, I stand up any way I can because I just end up making those 30 people look like a bunch of jackasses. =P