Let’s Send our Feminists to War


In a federal decision, yesterday, a federal court has ruled that the Selective Service registration of men, but exempting women, violates the U.S. Constitution.

This is good news for feminists who have fought hard for women’s rights. This decision is a historic landmark in the history of gender equality. Women are now empowered to be cannon fodder and mortar meat right alongside men.

This equality for women has been a long time coming. Both the Supreme Court, and Congress, for the past 70, have run out of fictions for denying women the right to be pressed into the military service of the United States.

Marc Angelucci, a brilliant California Attorney, filed suit against the United States about 5 years ago, seeking to declare the Selective Service Act as unconstitutional because it discriminated against women by not allowing them to be drafted alongside men for war.

On February 22, 2019, the federal court in Houston ruled that women could no longer be denied this equal right (guaranteed under the 5th Amendment).

Surely, women can now rejoice as this historic decision opens the pathway for many more revisions, like this, to insure women have equality with men.

Men are also denied driver’s licenses, federal jobs, federal student loans, and are punished in other ways for not registering for the draft.