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More garbage about the myth of women's inequality. The argument you here now is about 'fewer women in positions of leadership'. Which is because the other arguments have gotten so weak. How many of today's high school students will become Senators, CEO's or Presidential Debate Moderators? A tiny fraction. How many can realistically become accountants, engineers, IT professionals, teachers, doctors or lawyers? Many, many more, and surprise, surprise, most of the REAL jobs are going to women. 60% of college students are women. It's the young men that are disenfranchised and in trouble folks. Think about it: the fact you don't read stories like this about young men Is because they've tuned out and aren't doing stuff like these young women. Or they've been conditioned that only sports and 'tough guy' stuff is cool. Ask yourself: do you really want a society filled with undereducated, underemployed, testosterone fuelled men? Didnt think so...
I can't help but wonder if the question, "Why not?”, is likewise posed when faced with the fact that 18 year-old women need not register with Selective Service. My guess here is no, as again as always, feminist inspired notions of *equality* (yeah, right ...) are really just a game of pick-and-choose.
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