‘Feminist' denial on all the ways women have it better
h/t Instapundit
[NYPost] ...In a widely shared moment late last week, Sen. Kamala Harris asked Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, "Can you think of any laws that give government the power to make decisions about the male body?"

The question was in the midst of Harris’ extensive grandstanding so Kavanaugh didn’t have an immediate answer. But there’s an obvious one: Selective Service.

Every American male 18-25 has to register with the Selective Service System, which maintains their information in the case of military conscription. If America is ever again in a war and needs to reinstate the draft, those male bodies will be the ones to go.

...It’s not just theoretical wars that men fight in if drafted. In Operation Enduring Freedom, the name for America’s ongoing engagement fighting global terrorism, 98 percent of the 2,346 military deaths as of April 2017 were men.

And it’s not just combat deaths. Men have a far higher rate of workplace death than women. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says men represent 92 percent of all workplace-related fatalities. The 10 industries with the most workplace-related deaths are almost entirely stocked with men: truck drivers, steel workers, refuse collectors, loggers, fishers. Men take the dangerous, hard, smelly jobs that most women wouldn’t consider.
Given the current college admission policies, one wonders if feminist goal is restricting all white-collar jobs to womyn.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru 2018-09-11